Bonnie Kling Collaboration Coordinator // TEC
Collaboration Coordinator // The Entrepreneurs Center
- From Kettering, OH
- Currently lives in Belmont, OH
- Graduate of Sinclair with Meeting and Event Planning and Wright State in Business Management
Favorite Dayton Landmark
The Entrepreneurs Center is such a vital part of the growing Dayton community providing resources to Main Street Businesses, Technology Companies and Commercialization Projects. I help to connect entrepreneurs to resources in the community either through TEC or an area service providers. I also maintain membership operations @714 and @444 East Second Street; anything from invoicing to maintenance requests. Working with entrepreneurs is so fulfilling, being able to help them grow their business and help grow the Dayton economy. I looking forward to the Arcade project and continued growth of Dayton.
I started at Nucleus CoShare in 2016 and through a joint venture with TEC, I transferred to the 714 Monument building in March 2017. It has been great to see creative and lifestyle entrepreneurs working more closely with technology start ups and researchers through this partnership. The growth of the ecosystem over the last three years has been significant with the work of TEC and other community organizations.
Building your business is important but so are your relationships and health. Take a breath. Take a vacation. Turn off your phone for a night.
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