Whether you need a coworking space to use a few times a week, or a permanent home for your business, IF Lab is for you. Click the link above to fill out our intake form, and someone will reach out to you with more information soon.
Providing up-and-coming entrepreneurs with professional service - at no cost!
Since 2019, Little Giant Creative through IF Lab has provided business assistance services for emerging minority businesses, up-and-coming entrepreneurs, and growing microenterprises in Philadelphia, as a part of the City of Philadelphia Department of Commerce’s Business Technical Assistance Program (BTAP).
Since 2020, IF Lab has been hosting digital workshops with thought leaders across various industries, from marketing and philanthropy to education, real estate, and food. Click here to watch our previous installments and sign up for the next one!
IF Lab convenes community leaders, clients and tenants for free workshops that can help small businesses with legal and financial questions, marketing challenges, and connecting their ideas to capital. Sign up here to get updates.
Learn more about our entrepreneurial business accelerator and mentorship program, and how your business can apply for a chance to receive seed money, business consultation, and accounting/legal resources.
IF Lab provides professional incubation and bridges for the underserved entrepreneur to resources, institutions, language and people. In light of the current and forecasted economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, entrepreneurs and existing small business owners are facing unprecedented challenges. Resources and support to mitigate an attrition of an essential pillar of the US fiscal eco-system will have paramount importance to communities that are already traditionally under-represented.
IF Lab hosts a variety of new technologies and resources to help advance small businesses’ development, aiming to help entrepreneurs develop both their soft and hard business skills and knowledge. We keep our space comfortable for business people who may want a cup of coffee, a place to read or hold a small meeting, or a chance to network with other entrepreneurs in the community.
A lending library with access to online and print books, journals and magazines
Office space with shared costs
Conference and meeting space
Computer and WiFi access
Workshops, classes and networking opportunities