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Hires The Next Web Features Editor, Harrison Weber, to run publication as Editorial Director
NEW YORK, Sept. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- WeWork, the rapidly growing provider of digital and physical services for entrepreneurs, has announced the launch of FullStart, a new kind of publication dedicated to helping startups and small businesses.
FullStart's mission is twofold: to provide a growing range of resources for entrepreneurs - from design and development to law and marketing, and to tell the inspiring stories of people who create amazing things - founders to designers and thought-leaders. The initiative will take on many shapes, including first-hand resources, guides, interviews and "inside looks" at how products are made.
"We have the opportunity to create something truly special," said Harrison Weber, Editorial Director at FullStart. "Our vision is much grander, and what's online today is just the beginning."
"WeWork is quickly becoming the largest network of entrepreneurs and small businesses and our goal is to help our members grow their business and ultimately be more successful," added Adam Neumann, WeWork CEO. "FullStart allows us to expand the walls of WeWork to encompass the world of entrepreneurship, providing the knowledge people need to start up while giving them inspiration to make that big leap."
For more information on FullStart, visit: http://fullstart.com
About WeWork: Founded in 2010, WeWork empowers entrepreneurs and small businesses to succeed by providing beautiful workspace, a collaborative community, accessible services and benefits. With locations in New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, WeWork is rapidly growing its community to become the largest network of small businesses in the U.S. Over the next year, WeWork expects to open locations in six additional cities. Candidate cities include Boston, Chicago, Washington DC, and Seattle.
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