Single day pass
Looking for somewhere to work for the day? Grab a day pass to Populus Coworking. Access all of our great amenities like local coffee and beer, snacks, a fireplace lounge, and blazing internet. Rent a conference room for $20/hr as well.
Become a member
Looking for Omaha office space? Mix and match products to create the perfect plan for teams of 2-20. Contact us for assistance in creating the right fit for your team.
Grab an open table, a comfy chair near the fireplace, a conference room, or a small huddle space with your membership.
Lock down your own space in our coworking area. Leave your monitor, mouse, and pictures of grandma.
An article from Populus Founder Micah Yost who also runs a creative firm called Method Mark. Follow your passion. Do what you love and never work another day in your life. Sounds nice. Is it possible? Kind of. I've always been fascinated by booke titles like the "4...
Being an entrepreneur is a continuous journey of learning, applying, and iterating. Whether it’s trying to raise capital or finding the perfect coworking space, entrepreneurs have a lot on their plate - at all times. Plenty of entrepreneurs have been down the same...
Serving the Silicon Prairie
Silicon Prairie is bursting with fresh startups and expanding small businesses. Populus is here to serve these amazing startups in Omaha and Lincoln. The national and local press continues to promote the amazing benefits of building small businesses and startups in the great Omaha area. Here’s a sampling of what people are writing.
Today, Lincoln is becoming a mini Palo Alto, home to more than 100 software startups. And once-abandoned buildings now house coworking spaces and incubators.
Some startup entrepreneurs are leaving the high tech hot spots of San Francisco, New York and the Silicon Valley for greener pastures in a place that actually has greener pastures: Lincoln, Neb.
Five short years ago, this company that sells products and services to web designers had three employees: Davidson and co-founders Tony Noecker and Rick Knudtson. Now, fueled by millions of dollars in outside investment, the number of Flywheel employees is nearing 200.
The head of one of the world’s largest technology companies says Nebraska’s Silicon Prairie is blazing its own identity.