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Mission 50 Workspaces Awards Six-Month Membership to Micro-Entreprenuer

| November 3, 2015 | 0 Comments
(L-R) Greg Dell'Aquila, Mission 50; Daniela Galvex, Love The Time

(L-R) Greg Dell’Aquila, Mission 50; Daniela Galvez, Love The Time

Mission 50 Workspaces
50 Harrison Street
Suite PH 401
Hoboken, NJ 07030

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Hudson County’s Premier Shared Office Environment Welcomes Graduate of Rising Tide Incubator Residency Program

HOBOKEN, N.J., Nov. 4, 2015 – Daniela Galvez’s future vision includes an office from which to run her startup event planning company, Love The Time. The micro-entrepreneur has a few priorities to address before that day arrives, but in the meantime, she will experience all the advantages of being in a professional office environment. Thanks to the generosity of Mission 50 Workspaces in Hoboken, N.J., Galvez and her business partner will spend the next six months working out of the dynamic coworking space – free of charge.

Each spring and fall, Mission 50 awards a free six-month residency to one outstanding graduate of Rising Tide Capital’s Community Business Academy. The 12-week, hands-on, small business training course teaches the fundamentals of how to start and grow a successful business. Galvez, who is one of more than 1,000 graduates of the program, was selected from a very competitive, highly-qualified pool of Rising Tide entrepreneurs.

“In addition to being the perfect match for Mission 50 in terms of her day-to-day operational needs, Daniela exemplifies the sheer passion and tenacity that drive so many of our small business clients,” said Roger Cervantes, senior program manager for Rising Tide’s Business Accelerated Services (BAS) department.

Rising Tide Capital, located in Jersey City, N.J., is a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting struggling entrepreneurs and communities in building strong businesses that create vibrant, sustainable neighborhoods. Rising Tide provides education, training, coaching and access to vital small business resources, such as Mission 50, via a network of public and private stakeholders and community partners.

“For the past four years, Mission 50 has been fully vested in our mission to empower struggling entrepreneurs,” said Cervantes. “We are grateful for this very valuable opportunity that they afford our entrepreneurs, and for the vital service they provide to the local small business community.”

Under the leadership of president and CEO Greg Dell’Aquila, Mission 50 Workspaces has established itself as Hudson County’s premier shared office environment for small businesses, entrepreneurs and freelancers. Located in the penthouse of the Hoboken Business Center, Mission 50 provides its members with daily to monthly leasing options and a choice of private and shared workspaces. No upfront capital investment is required, and amenities include laptop-ready desks with Internet connectivity; virtual mailing addresses; print, copy, scan and fax capabilities; 24/7 access; conference rooms and soundproof phone booths.

“The environment we’ve created at Mission 50 is ideal for entrepreneurs like Daniela,” said Dell’Aquila. “She will benefit from having the opportunity to be focused and productive, as well as to collaborate with and be inspired by other individuals and small businesses from a variety of disciplines. We look forward to giving her all the support she needs to learn and grow the business of her dreams.”

Galvez, a mother of two boys who lives in Jersey City Heights, is working with a finance and marketing coach provided by Rising Tide to put in place fundamentals for her new venture. A hard launch is planned for January 2016.

“We are extremely grateful to have been chosen for the Mission 50 work space,” said Galvez. “It will allow us to Skype without interruption and we’ll be able to meet clients in a professional setting as opposed to our local Starbucks. We’re also excited about sharing ideas and energy with other business professionals.”

After her initial meetings with Dell’Aquila and the Mission 50 team, Galvez noted “it feels good knowing there are people who share common ground and want to see our idea become reality. Mission 50 is the perfect place for us to grow our company, and we are happy to have the support of these two established community organizations during our planning phase and beyond.”


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