Panel Talk Pairs thisopenspace With Classics Agency & Others In Railtown, May 27

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Vancouver, BC | Involved with the thisopenspace community or interested in learning more? Let’s meet! Whether you’re looking to get to know the hosts in your home city or discovering a new space, meetups are a great way to swap hosting tips and share experiences with the local community.

Come hang out with the coolest, and most creative members of the Vancouver thisopenspace community! We can all grab a drink, have a snack, meet new friends in the thisopenspace community and get to know a couple of the thisopenspace team members and hosts local to the Vancouver area.

Panelists:

Lexani Talionis | Lexani Talionis is a partner and co-founder of the Vancouver-based boutique PR, creative management and design firm, Classics Agency. A lover of music, fashion, food, skateboarding, new media and #doglife, you can follow his adventures on Instagram @lexaniclassics.

Natasha Neale | Born and raised in Vancouver, Natasha Neale has always kept a finger on the pulse of the city. A natural next step in her career, her most recent venture focuses on creating a space for pop-ups, whether retail, workshops or special events. In June of 2015, Natasha started a partnership with her long-time friend, where they combined their strengths and formed Little Mountain Shop and Note—a boutique bookkeeping company for creative professionals and small businesses, hosting a rotating roster of branded pop-ups.

Zoe Tissah | Zoe Tisshaw is a Vancouver-born entrepreneur who has dabbled in a range of fashion-related businesses before starting her current company – Park & Fifth. She decided to launch the dress company she’d been dreaming about for years, feeling there is a lack of modern, minimal, and fashion-forward dresses in the Vancouver market.

May 27 @ 7:30PM
Creative Coworkers, 343 Railway St, Vancouver, BC V6A 1A4, Canada
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Details

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An online community marketplace that connects people with a story to tell with those who have unique spaces.
We make it easy to find short-term space for any occasion.
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Gallery

  • Gallery on 552 Clark_YVR
  • Little Mountain_YVR
  • 397 Alexander Warehouse Interior_YVR
  • Gowanus Loft_NYC
  • Holyrad Studio_NYC
  • 397 Alexander Warehouse Exterior_YVR
  • Two Saints_NYC
  • Hermann Audrey_Toronto
  • The Playground Sandwich Board_YVR
  • STR:KE MVMNT_YVR
  • The Playground Entrance_YVR (photo Jordan Roberts)
  • Leah Alexandra Studio_YVR
  • Eastwood Cycle_YVR
  • The Playground Exterior_YVR (photo Jordan Roberts)
  • The Playground Interior_YVR (photo Jordan Roberts)

The People

Yashar Nijati (photo Jordan Roberts)

Yashar Nijati, Founder & CEO

About thisopenspace

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thisopenspace is an online community marketplace that connects people with a story to tell to those who have unique spaces. Whether it’s a vacant downtown retail space, a gallery inside a heritage building, or an event venue in a converted shipyard, thisopenspace makes it easy to show your space to the world, and book short-term space for any occasion.

Founded in 2012, thisopenspace began as a pop-up retail space in Vancouver’s Chinatown. Since then, hundreds of designers, brands, and artists have trusted thisopenspace to help them find short-term space, tell their story, and grow their ideas. With an expanding community across Vancouver, New-York, Toronto, and with new cities being added, thisopenspace is quickly becoming the trusted platform to list, discover, and rent unique short-term spaces for any occasion.

ACCOLADES
“thisopenspace ensures that creators have the space they need to, if even just for a week or a night, take these ideas
from conception to reality.” Montecristo, August 2015

“The incredibly successful rotating pop-up shop that offers people the chance to try out a storefront” – Vancouver Sun, August 2014

“thisopenspace provides a storefront and economic opportunities to forward-thinking small businesses.” – Kinfolk, Issue 15, Spring 2015

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