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Founders will be the first to admit that getting a startup up and running is hard work. Sometimes it doesn’t work the first, second, or third time. Tabbris Innovation Center understands what it’s like to forge a path as a startup – we’ve been there, done that. 

By fostering an in-person community of self-motivated startups and tech professionals, the energy at Tabbris is powered by creativity and personal development. Members are surrounded by similar businesses and therefore similar problems. One of the best resources at our state-of-the-art facility are our other members and the value they provide to colleagues. 

Tabbris’s event space boasts multiple kegerators and a 36-foot quartz bar. Check our LinkedIn for events or visit our website to book an event with our Community Manager.

During the pandemic, businesses, specifically startups, have adjusted business plans to accommodate the uncertainty of the world. This leads to working and reworking the same business plan multiple times, which can waste time and resources. Scaling a startup can be draining and overwhelming. (Not sure what scaling is? Check out our blog post all about it!)

According to an external survey conducted by Deloitte, 77% of respondents have experienced employee burnout at their current job, with more than half citing multiple occurrences. Tabbris Innovation Center is determined to save time and help streamline startups with Flight School, a new, virtual educational program.

“Too often people feel isolated in their business and startup issues,” said Stefan Friend, Executive Director at Tabbris and an experienced startup advisor. “You can learn things the hard way, but this program provides an alternative. Each video provides tactical, proven methods for growing aspects of your business. You don’t have to do this alone. We want to help you scale.” 

Flight School provides curated videos designed to meet the specific needs of startup founders who need help ranging from marketing execution to the foundations of business models. The introductory video can be found on Tabbris’s YouTube channel.


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