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Co-Working and Innovation Centers

Looking to start a business? Are you a freelancer who needs a place to work? Or do you want to get connected to the local business buzz? Central Indiana is full of great places to co-work as well as innovation sites. Check out our list!

Flagship Enterprise Center

The FEC is a regional incubator and advanced stage business center supported by the City of Anderson, Anderson University, Purdue University, IVY Tech Community College, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC), the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration (EDA), and many others. Learn more at

The Speak Easy

A membership-based facility, the Speak Easy calls itself an “ego-free place to chase big dreams.” They have downtown and Broad Ripple locations. During the day members can be found coworking in their community spaces, hosting clients in small breakout rooms, and leading meetings in the conference rooms. At night, the spaces come alive with MeetUp groups, guest speakers, classes and roundtable discussions. Check out our community calendar to see upcoming events. Their site is

Developer Town

Located in the same building as the original South Broad Ripple Speakeasy, DeveloperTown is a business and technology incubator designed to help get ideas off the ground. Read more at

Collaborate 317

Located in Greenfield, Collaborate 317 is a professional workspace with both common areas and private offices. They have an event center, a coffeeshop, a podcasting studio, print services, and a training center. Their website is


The Indiana University Research and Technology Corporation is a organization whose mission is “actively engage the strengths of Indiana University to support the health, economic, and social development of Indiana, the nation, and the world through Technology Commercialization and Business and Economic Development.” If you’re connected to IU and want to get involved in entrepreneurship and innovation, check out the IURTC. Visit them online at

Purdue Research Park

Got an idea? The Purdue Research Park is the largest university-affiliated incubator complex in the country. With multiple locations all around the state, you are sure to find one near you with exciting inventions happening daily. Online at

The Hinge Bureau

Based on the southeast side of downtown Indy, The Hinge Bureau offers a series of fully-furnished coworking facilities where independent entrepreneurs can thrive in a modern and secure professional working environment. They also have a variety of open space memberships and private offices. AS of late 2016, they’ve opened their extension with private offices and training spaces: the Pin Bureau. More at

Launch Fishers

Launch Fishers describes themselves as “a co-working space for entrepreneurs working on startup, high-growth and high-potential enterprises.” They offer conference rooms, private workspaces, and offices for rent. Visit them at

The Grindery

Winner of the 2015 Nuvo Cultural Vision Award for Social Justice, the Grindery was born out of the need to help people create business enterprise to improve their life chances and life possibilities. The Grindery is intentional about surrounding potential entrepreneurs with excellent resources and relationships to bring vision to reality. For more info, go to

The Hatch

After it’s opening in late 2016, The Hatch is already making waves. They call themselves “designed by creative professionals to be a new, better way to work. A place where you are surrounded by inspiration and energized by the environment. It is ideal for freelancers, work-from-home professionals, on-the-go executives, entrepreneurs, creative professionals and small businesses.” Visit them at


A coworking and maker space, Ruckus is near downtown and has lounge space, manufacturing tools, and an event space. They also offer microloans and other types of support. Check them out at

Creator Space

Creator Space is a collective co-working space in Indianapolis of photographers, videographers, talent agencies, and other creative businesses and entrepreneurs in the creative and production industry. Their facility was “built to empower entrepreneurs to be able to take their productions to the next level.” They are located the southwest side of downtown, and are also online at

Indiana Coworking Passport

Not sure where you want to co-work in the state of Indiana? Check out the Indiana Coworking Passport, which is a directory of all of the coworking facilities statewide! They are at

The DAK Foundation Co-Work Space

The DAK Foundation, a non-profit that promotes animal rescue, has a unique co-working space in north Indianapolis where all proceeds benefit their non-profit. For more information, visit them on Facebook at

Updated July 2017

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