About DurangoSpace

Nancy Wharton and Jasper Welch are management consultants, trainers and entrepreneurs, who are based in Durango, CO.     Nancy’s expertise and client work includes market research, marketing strategies, meeting facilitation, customer satisfaction training and business development for small businesses, non-profits and emerging companies.    Jasper’s expertise and client work includes business incubation, Board of Directors development, leadership teams, marketing plans, communications strategies and executive coaching.  Working together as co-founders of DurangoSpace, Nancy and Jasper transformed over 6 months of research in 2010 and years of mobile work experience to create DurangoSpace for the greater Durango community in southwestern Colorado.  We opened Durango’s premier coworking space in February 2011 and (thanks for our members) have become an entrepreneurial and innovation hub in downtown Durango. With over 100 clients and several dozen active coworking members, DurangoSpace is a vibrant professional community.  In April 2015, Nancy & Jasper officially celebrated 4 years of successful coworking & community in Durango, CO.  Come by and visit us at DurangoSpace!   The cup of Desert Sun Coffee is on us!

We are members of NBIA (business incubation), the Mountain Coworking Alliance, Rocky Mountain Incubation Collaborative (RMIC) and the Durango Chamber and Local First.

Our Sponsors: Thanks to Region 9 Economic Development District for their Durango Space sponsorship, which opens up space for various Region 9 projects and initiatives in southwestern Colorado.   Region 9 is a Colorado non-profit community economic development corporation that promotes and coordinates economic development efforts throughout five (5) counties and 2 Ute Indian tribes in southwestern Colorado.    Contact them at 970-247-9513 or on web at www.scan.org   And thanks to the Ft. Lewis College Small Business Development Center (Joe Keck, FLC-SBDC director) for their ongoing support, sponsorship and hosting SBDC events at DurangoSpace.    For more info on the FLC-SBDC or call their offices at 970-247-7009.