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At Doejo we recognize the perks getting out of the office provides. To emphasize why we love working beyond our office walls, we explored our favorite co-working spaces across the country and watched how interacting with potential customers helped to focus the business ideas of the Lean Startup Challenge contestants.

Other out-of-office activity included attending Chicago Ideas Week events at Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy and hosting our very own Chicago Ideas Week lab. We also give a sneak peak of Bow Truss Coffee Roasters’ up-and-coming vintage delivery truck on the blog.
Our favorite co-working spaces: New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and ChicagoAt Doejo our geographically dispersed team members all work out of co-working spaces. These spaces do more than just inspire: they ignite connections with industry experts and startup visionaries while immersing our employees into an exciting community of like-minded entrepreneurs. Click here for visual tours and highlights of our favorite cross-country spots.
Howard Tullman’s tips for successfully leveraging social media and technology to grow your businessPresident and CEO of Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy Howard Tullman shared his tips for successfully leveraging social media and technology to grow your business during a Chicago Ideas Week lab. Top tips include focusing on interests over data, employing “smart reach” and using status as a business incentive.
Vintage Step Vans retrofits Bow Truss with rehabbed delivery truckCustomized food truck experts Vintage Step Vans are outfitting Bow Truss Coffee Roasters with a tan and brown-accented 1961 International Harvester Metro. Learn more about former food truck owner and step van rehab expert Tom Suddes, the owner of Vintage Step Vans, and why we are so excited about our new ride here.
Lessons learned during the Lean Startup ChallengeThe Lean Startup Challenge forces aspiring entrepreneurs to get out of the office and interact with potential consumers. This taught the contestants the importance of finding a pain point that will attract customers, improving customer experience and letting your audience focus on what they love. Read more of the lessons they learned during the challenge here.

Gadget We Want: Acoustic iPhone Speaker DockMake your new iPhone 5 a little snazzier with this acoustic iPhone speaker that utilizes a vintage style metal reproduction phonograph horn set on a dark walnut wood dock. The best part of this conversation piece? An amazing “vintage sound,” no batteries, plug in’s or cords required. There are tons of unique horns and woods to choose from at ReAcoustic’s Etsy site.
 
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