Top 100 Firm Kahn, Litwin, Renza & Co. announced the opening of KLR Emerging Business Center to provide co-working office space and accounting services to start-up and emerging companies.

An application process will determine which companies KLR will make this opportunity available to. The space will allow for approximately 10-12 companies.

“Due to the elimination of the federally-funded City of Providence Innovation Investment Program to start-up businesses that stay in Providence, KLR is stepping in to help fill this void,” KLR’s managing director, Alan Litwin, said in a statement.  “We know that start-ups and emerging businesses are the future for the growth of our business community and KLR wants to support and assist these great innovators,” Litwin noted.

The application can be found on the firm’s website and encourages start-ups to apply. Start-ups and emerging growth companies will be able to take advantage of full office space, accounting, technology, and recruiting services as well as a media room for presentations and meetings.

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