The coworking space at Kiln uniquely allows businesses and organizations to connect, grow, and innovate.
The merging of Silicon Slopes and UTC combines the two most influential startup and tech organizations in Utah. The organizations will be at the center of all startup and tech growth in Utah, and their combined resources will propel the organizations to best serve the Utah community. Silicon Slopes’ press release stated, “Uniting these two organizations allows for every member of the community to have a seat at the table, to make their voice heard, and be able to contribute to the future of our state and ecosystem in an unparalleled fashion.”
To support this recent merger, Silicon Slopes and Utah Technology Council (UTC) have recently moved into Kiln’s coworking space in downtown Salt Lake City. The coworking space at Kiln uniquely allows businesses and organizations to connect, grow, and innovate. At Kiln, when an individual faces a complicated problem or has a random question, they can simply reach out to a coworking neighbor for help, rather than immediately turning to the internet or reaching for the phone. Kiln also holds several events each week that encourage networking, stimulate growth, and inspire creativity. It’s anticipated that Kiln’s community and numerous services will create synergy with Silicon Slopes allowing the organization to best serve the Utah tech community.
Kiln is thrilled serve as the physical location and community to support their efforts.