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Entrepreneurs / Trep Talk

Does Your Startup Need a 'Secret Ideas Room'?

Data & Featured Lists Editor
2 min read
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.

The Wonderfactory’s client roster includes big brands like Martha Stewart, National Geographic and ChapStick, to name a few. Their new projects and product launches often require zipped lips and spy-level discretion. Which is why co-founder David Link designed a unique space where staffers can close themselves off from the company’s open workspace to brainstorm on fresh prototypes and original concepts in privacy. 

Check out why some clients are surprised and charmed when asked to enter this company’s unconventional conference room with this short video. 

To take the full tour of The Wonderfactory's fascinating office, click here:
Design a Workspace to Spark Extreme Creativity

 

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