Company Opens Its Office To The General Public As A Co-Working Space
dPop Detroit let anyone walk in off the street to use their wifi and build connections.
Open offices aren't for everyone, but if you're going to have one, then why not make it so open that even the general public can join in on meetings? dPop, an interior design studio in downtown Detroit has done exactly that – they even offer coffee and free internet.
The “Workeasy” open office event only happens once a month, but dPop CEO Melissa Price says “It brings a great energy to the space.” Being an interior design studio, it also gives the company a chance to show off their skills. The office has its own astronaut suit, a full-size horse statue, and even a repurposed bank vault.