Join us for Waffle Wednesday at Satellite Workplaces!
Stop by your local Satellite on select Wednesday mornings for a delicious waffle breakfast sure to get you through the mid-week slump. Check in with the Community Manager at each of our coworking space locations to find out when they’ll be firing up the waffle iron and breaking out the syrup!
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Satellite Workplaces is offering FREE coworking on the first Friday of every month!
Our comfortable and community-centric coworking spaces feature blazing-fast wifi, friendly staff and co-workers, a break room with complimentary coffee, a variety of seating choices, and so much more!
…But for those professionals and entrepreneurs who are still hesitant to check out what coworking can do for them, stop by to give it a try. Free for a whole day!
Contact us to learn more or to schedule a tour Monday – Friday, 9 AM – 5 PM. We’re looking forward to seeing you soon!
*Please note: Satellite Los Gatos is offering Free Coworking from 9 AM to 1 PM until further notice. Satellite Santa Cruz offers Free Coworking every Wednesday!
Jaideep Sen is the Chief Business Officer and Co-Founder of Minfy Technologies. He tells us about his role and what his interests and involvements are outside of the office.
Minfy is an AI solutions company. My work allows me to meet with customers and partners in different parts of the world. It is amazing to see how businesses around the globe are trying to solve the same problems and get to similar outcomes.
In my spare time, I mentor and advise startup founders and entrepreneurs to help them build and grow their businesses. I volunteer for several charitable activities in the US and abroad. I am also an amateur author, having previously published a book called Trappings of a Big Company. I am in the process of writing my second book now.
I love the ambiance around Satellite Sunnyvale – especially with all the free chocolates.
I like networking and connecting with people, so feel free to reach out if you want to talk about AI, singularity, food, or entrepreneurship.
The Historic Del Monte Building, home to Satellite Workplaces for more than ten years and a large part of Sunnyvale history, was built in 1904. This area boasted orchards and fruit for miles. At first, dried fruits were processed here.
From 1930-1986 this building was used for seed processing and research. In 1993, no longer active, the Del Monte Building was moved across the street, to the corner of Murphy and Evelyn, in order to avoid demolition. It was then renovated for Commercial use: a hotel/restaurant, then an event space hosting weddings and banquets, and a coworking space today.
This special location was dedicated as a Historic Building in March of 1999. The plaque on the building notes the contribution to local history and business.
Satellite owners and members alike love the location right in the middle of downtown and its action as well as proximity to the train station. Location, Location, Location!
A lot of people have come through these doors over the years. One new member walked into Satellite and gasped. “Oh my gosh, I got married here”! Nice memory for him going back to the event space days. And a heartwarming story for us!
We at Satellite are proud to participate in the continued legacy of this building. The location is prime, near restaurants, cafes, and the train station. The history is rich. We have enjoyed working with so many businesses and individuals, from startups to corporations to solo ventures. We count ourselves lucky to be here and look forward to more action right here!
I live and breathe coworking these days, and the greatest part of that is meeting and chatting with our wonderful members. You’re all doing such exciting things!
I’ve lived in the Santa Cruz Mountains for many years, raising my four kids here. Over time, though, I’ve gone through a lot of iterations: living in England for three years (two kids born there); living in West Virginia for eight years with no running water, growing most of our food (two more kids); starting a technology business and growing its two niche products to 90% of the world market before selling to a Fortune 1000 business; and in the middle, getting degrees in Economics and Public Policy.
You may notice the software that is in the background of everything you do at the Satellite: Deskworks. That’s the main thing I work on these days, making it easier for people to create the workplace of the future. A future in which people can work anywhere in the world virtually while connecting in their chosen community, avoiding commutes and the resultant CO2 emissions, working closer to their kids, and generally improving their quality of life.
That’s why I’m here.