10 Jul IT Fusion to Enhance Milwaukee’s Entrepreneurial IT Climate
“It Fusion is a new kind of business model,” said Christopher Kuhl, CEO and founder of Kuhlfusion. “It can meet the needs of the creative tech business executive from facility and resources standpoints.”
IT Fusion’s dynamic, open work environment serves as a hub for the growing number of individuals and organizations looking for a workplace in a desirable business area. Diverse members of the tech field ranging from freelance professionals to growing tech-based businesses are able to interact and expand their business opportunities. IT Fusion’s Business Center is a way for tenants to improve their productivity and business image in the metro Milwaukee IT professional community while being able to interact with other tenants in the IT field.
Kuhl believes the collaborative environment of IT Fusion will be beneficial for its tenants. “Collaborative workspace will allow merging enterprises to collaborate with each other and allow businesses to grow more dynamically,” he said.
IT Fusion boasts private offices and workstations; professional-grade office services, such as conference rooms, lounge, fax, printers, copiers, phone answering and visitor reception; a commercial-grade data center facility for equipment co-location and web hosting; an opportunity for IT professionals to network and collaborate with their peers; and a location in the heart of downtown Milwaukee’s creative and social scene. Leases are flexible ranging from monthly to one year.
Dave Hynek, president of Business Fitness, Inc. and the current president of the trade association, the Wisconsin IT Leadership Association (WITLA), believes that IT Fusion will enhance the entrepreneurial innovation environment of Milwaukee. “Any time you can get people in similar areas together there is a cross-pollenization of ideas that can only help to develop a better environment for technology in Milwaukee,” said Hynek.
Kuhl, a Milwaukee native with 10 years in the telecom and web hosting industries, founded Kuhlfusion in November of 2002.
Jamie Hofmeister is a freelance technology writer and regular contributor to the Wisconsin Technology Network. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org