If you weren’t able to attend our PechaKucha presentation in Toronto in January, you can now watch our talk on Youtube and hear our story and philosophies of how we started and built Good Gorilla!
Last month, Gracia, Hugh and Kassem were invited to PechaKucha Toronto for a presentation featuring coworking spaces in Toronto, where they shared their story of how the amazing community was built.
An astounding number of members and close friends came out to support them, proving how important it is to be surrounded by a passionate and supportive group of people!
We are grateful for our beautiful community for a wonder-filled 2017.
Many great changes have been happening in this space, and we are grateful to have the support, patience, and camaraderie from everyone around us. Thank you for being on this journey with us. We hope to share and celebrate all creatives over many more delicious meals.
Cheers to an exciting 2018!
The expansion is coming along nicely and we’ll be ready to have a soft launch mid-December!
Toronto councillor Joe Cressy, centre, along with tenants of 401 Richmond have been pushing for a legislative tax break for the arts and culture hub. (RICK MADONIK / TORONTO STAR FILE PHOTO)
Tax relief is on the way for 401 Richmond and Toronto’s culture hubs, creating a special category for buildings that house artists and non-profits!