By 1808Delaware

COhatch, which may be the Midwest’s fastest growing co-working experience, has been recognized by Columbus Business First with a singular accolade.

The company currently has three Delaware County locations — The Newsstand located in the former Delaware Gazette building, and The Pub and The Hub, located at the Polaris Fashion Place Mall.

The company’s 274% growth rate over the last three years landed them the top position on Business First’s recently released and annual Fast 50, a ranking of the fastest growing private companies in central Ohio.

In a statement, COhatch shared:

“Being ranked #1 on the Columbus Business First list of the fastest growing companies is nothing short of an honor and a testament to our mission, team and business model,” said CEO and co-founder Matt Davis. “For the past four years, my partners and I have poured our hearts and souls into this concept to live a better life, spend more time with family, walk to work, thrive at work with like-minded people and to fulfill our purpose building something that improves cities and people’s lives. Our results speak for themselves, especially when we see the faces of our partners, our team and our members walk through our doors.”

As far as future plans for Central Ohio, Davis indicates he will likely build five to 10 more locations, each with their own flavor. Currently, the company is building an 8,000 square foot “digital flagship” space in collaboration with The Ohio State University that will focus on technology incubation and allow for real-world integration with other business leaders and services. COhatch also has a new build under construction in the historic district of Dublin, adjacent to the city’s new Link Bridge that runs across the Scioto River.

As part of its business model, COhatch also is actively involved with the local non-profit community in each market. COhatch offers the GIVE Scholarship program which provides scholarships each year to more than 50 501c3 organizations in each market to organizations aligned with COhatch’s philanthropic goals of helping non-profits that support anti-human trafficking/domestic violence, people experiencing homelessness, and children and adults with developmental disabilities among others.”

Image by Tumisu from Pixabay

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