Roseville Venture Lab opens to support entrepreneurs

Updated September 08, 2022

Accelerate your business with the Roseville Venture Lab. The entrepreneur center is now open at 316 Vernon Street in Downtown Roseville. Roseville Venture Lab is dedicated to strengthening local startup businesses, spurring job growth, and fostering a community of entrepreneurs through programs, partnerships, workforce development and special events. 

316 Vernon StreetRoseville Venture Lab is a public-private partnership between the City of Roseville and Growth Factory, a nonprofit startup accelerator with an accompanying venture fund.

“Roseville’s goal is to be a hub for startups and innovators in northern California. Roseville Venture Lab provides a unique opportunity for residents to access entrepreneurial resources and bring their ideas to life,” said Wayne Wiley, City of Roseville Economic Development Manager. “To keep our local economy healthy and resilient, we must attract and grow a diverse range of businesses and industries.”
The 2,600 square foot flexible work and events space will be home to programs like innovation challenges and Roseville Rising, a six-week business cohort. Roseville Venture Lab will also serve as a hub for workshops, meetings and events run by community and entrepreneurial partners, and will offer drop-in coworking. Hours of operation are generally 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. on weekdays with periodic evening events. 

“Nobody builds a truly great company alone. By uniting and engaging investors, experts, and leaders to support local entrepreneurs, we are growing world class companies here. We are excited to partner with the innovative leaders at the City of Roseville to launch this initiative and to contribute to the growth of a thriving entrepreneurial ecosystem and economy,” said Mark Haney, Growth Factory Founding Partner. 

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