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You’re invited! Soft opening of WAO Innovation Hub by the PBO in Altos De Chavón on February 25th

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The WAO (We Are One) Innovation Hub by the PBO is a unique space in Altos de Chavón to foster innovation, creativity, prosperity, and impact. 

Their goal is to design and offer spaces for people to link, meet, work, make, be, inspire and learn. Connecting humans is at the core of WAO. By combining a unique shared working space with regular talks, workshops, and activities throughout the year they provide the framework for an active and dynamic local community connected to global trends and international doers and changemakers.

This is a place where ideas come to life and the community comes to work, read, play, learn, create, meet and connect with amazing people, activities and tools with the support of human staff and resources.

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. And their productivity and strategy tools, methodologies, and mentorship are just the boost needed to reach our potential and next level.

The Soft opening of the space will be on February, 25th at 6 pm, so don’t miss it!

In the meantime, get a first look of WAO this Thursday, February 17th by joining them and Eladio Fernández for the viewing of the documentary “The islander naturalist” and the opening of his Photography Expo at WAO GALLERY located next to the Museum. The exhibit will be up for a month, until March 18th. 

Spots are limited so please RSVP for the viewing by contacting the PBO. 100% of the profits from the works will go to #PBOorg and the conservation projects that the artist supports.

WAO Innovation Hub by PBO Soft Opening

When: Friday, February 25th, 6pm

Where: WAO Innovation Hub, Altos de Chavón (next to the Museum)

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