About Comradity

COMRADITY is a place for creative-minded business professionals. Comfortable, fun, and state of the art resources fill the community space and private resident studio offices. Sofas and egg chairs to take a load off, bicycle seats to loosen up after a long phone call, private phone booths – with a window!, stand-up desks, fast internet, monitors to share a screen, video conferencing, and a gong to celebrate a good day. Work alone, meet together, or learn new skills or techniques at workshops.

We made a place where we’d want to work. Katherine and Jim Kern are serial entrepreneurs in the media and marketing business, addicted to trying new, creative ways of going to business. We didn’t stop after championing the ’90’s kid favorite Bubble Tape ads at Leo Burnett or being the first PEPSICO experiential marketing agency, with the launch of PEPSI ONE. In 2010, we were the first to produce integrated social and tv broadcast of a live professional championship game (the Serie del Caribe or Caribbean World Series) and build a community of fans – eBeisbol.com – while helping Major League Baseball launch the World Baseball Classic in the US.

Corporation have discovered COMRADITY is a welcome break from the corporate feeling of most off-sites for strategic planning meetings, team building events, brainstorming include Spotify, Philips, Beiersdorf, Demets Candy, First County Bank, GE, and ConED.

Private Meeting Rooms are inspiring and equipped with State of the Art AV resources and WiFi – all included in one price.

Community Memberships start at $200/month. Resident Memberships run about $550-750/seat/month, taking all the hassle out of administering a space for entrepreneurs who need every spare minute to compete and innovate.

COMRADITY in the press:

Stamford Advocate: Technology-training center opens in Stamford’s South End

The Real Deal: Co-working sprouts in suburbia

CT Post: Older entrepreneurs bucking the ‘young’ perception of startup industry

Stamford Advocate: Helicopter targets defunct pad, causes stir getting it off

Fairfield County Business Journal “Co-working booming around county.”

Fairfield County Business Journal “99% of Innovation.”

Stamford Advocate “Murphy hears from entrepreneurs”

Stamford Advocate “Interns are all business.”

Stamford Advocate “Building creativity and community.”

Stamford Advocate “Professional services replace.”

Stamford Advocate “answerYes evolves with the Internet”

Fairfield County Business Journal “Alliance tackles challenge of intergenerational workforce.”

Stamford Advocate “Cultural Alliance tackles challenge of intergenerational workforce.”

Fairfield County Business Journal “Impact of creativity on work”

For more information, join us during Monday Morning Open House or call (203) 883-9255 for a tour.