If you’ve driven through El Segundo in the past couple of years, you may have noticed new names like Stamps.com, PeerStreet, TechStyle and JustFab appearing on buildings and signs around town. Things are taking off, with many new technology and creative companies joining the well-established aerospace community. And to help support the vibrant expansion, Cross Campus is building its fourth Los Angeles location on Rosecrans Avenue, in El Segundo and in close proximity to Manhattan Beach.
Cross Campus is known for more than just being “co-working space”. Yes, the offices and common areas are well-appointed, with unexpected amenities like Kombucha and craft beers on tap, meditation rooms and an outdoor patio with WiFi. Cross Campus regularly hosts educational and motivational presentations to help freelancers and emerging businesses. Members get access to all four locations, including Santa Monica, Downtown LA, and Pasadena.
When the new facility, currently under construction, opens in February, one of the initial occupants will be Speed to Contact, a member of the very first SBEC cohort. Speed to Contact provides call center software, including the fastest commercial phone dialer, a robust CRM and a suite of marketing automation tools. Back in 2012, when STC was at the original SBEC coworking office space in Torrance, the product was a simple dialer – it’s come a long way since! “When we heard about Cross Campus in El Segundo, we knew we had to take a look,” said Beau Bratton, CEO of STC. “First, we are going to be in a truly spectacular office environment, one that will help us to continue to grow our business and our team. And we love being around other entrepreneurs to tap into the energy.”
If you want to read more about Cross Campus’ South Bay expansion, check out their own story.
And if you are interested in speaking to them and taking a tour…