Last Friday, March 25th, the Patronato Benéfico Oriental (PBO) hosted an event to launch their new project the WAO Innovation Hub by PBO; a unique space in Altos de Chavón to foster innovation, creativity, prosperity, and impact.
During the activity, guests were able to learn firsthand about the hub and see the renovated space located next to the Altos de Chavón museum. Connecting humans is, at its core, what WAO Chavón is all about. It offers spaces where people can link, meet, work, make, be, inspire and learn.
By combining their coworking space with regular talks, workshops, and activities throughout the year WAO also provides the framework for an active and dynamic community and connects them to global trends and international doers and changemakers.
Their shared and private workstations and meeting spaces are open to everyone as courtesy guests, paying single users, and regular members. Concierge service, high-speed Internet, scanner, printer, projectors, water, tea, coffee, snacks, and meals allow focusing and enjoying the WAO experience without worry. They also offer productivity and strategy tools, methodologies, and mentorship; the perfect boost needed to reach your potential and next level.
If you didn’t make it to the soft opening make sure to pop into the WAO Innovation Hub on your next visit to Altos de Chavón to find out more information and see how you can take advantage of everything that this space has to offer! As an added bonus, don’t forget to get some of their limited edition merchandise!
The following pictures were taken by Mairobi Herrera during the soft opening of the WAO Innovation Hub by PBO on Friday, March 25th: