36 Degrees North is Tulsa's Basecamp for entrepreneurs, innovators, and remote workers.
As a member of Tulsa Remote, you'll have access to workspace, community, and resources at 36 Degrees North
for 3 years.
Coworking space from 8a-5p, Monday - Friday
Conference rooms + phone rooms
Free printing, copying + scanning
Over $1M in startup perks + discounts
Bottomless, local coffee
Free notary services
Hundreds of workshops + networking events each year
Discounts at neighborhood shops, gyms and restaurants
Add ons available (mail service, 24/7 access, dedicated desk, etc.)
Mentorship network of industry experts
Weekly happy hours + monthly member lunches
My Tulsa Remote experience wouldn't be what it is without 36 Degrees North. I took a huge risk and quit my full-time job to pursue my freelancing career; and frankly, that would have failed without the resources and networking 36°N provides. Because of 36°N, I've been able to meet new clients and snag new contracts, while I connect with local entrepreneurs and learn more about the growing innovation in this city.
DMV Area, Turkey
36 Degrees North gives me what I would not otherwise have as a solo entrepreneur--a feeling of team and community and the energy that comes from working around other smart, motivated people. I believe people are designed to work best in community, and 36 Degrees North provides a vibrant community where entrepreneurs can thrive.
I love how easy it is to get plugged into the great community of entrepreneurs, remote workers and friendly staff at 36 Degrees North. Springing for the dedicated desk increased my productivity at work and allowed me to take advantage of the events and resources in the space at the same time.
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
As soon as I arrived in Tulsa three years ago, 36°N helped me connect and acclimate to Tulsa. I was able to network with other remote workers in my field and community leaders, entrepreneurs, and nonprofits. I gained new skills and insights through 36°N's many classes, fireside chats, and workshops. 36°N has been pivotal to my life in Tulsa, and I look forward to meeting new people in this community who are dedicated to solving problems.
Moreno Valley, California