The Foundry is an incredibly lively space designed to foster learning and constructive discussion. The venue is perfect for knowledge-sharing events, meetups, workshops and corporate training for up to 60 guests. The Foundry has everything you need for an amazing event: powerful multimedia, reliable AC, mega-fast Internet and the option for catering. Also, the communal kitchen outside the event hall is great for lunch, coffee breaks, and networking.
Impress the audience with your beautiful slides and videos.
Reliable Wi-Fi connection, which can support all your guests.
Prior to your event, a Puzl CowOrKing team member will assist you to set everything up.
Fill the room with dynamic sound and compliment 3D HD entertainment.
We have partnerships with several caterers who can take care of the food and the drinks.
Your guests can use our kitchen and lounge areas to grab a snack, network, and relax.
The Foundry has rapidly become one of the signature venues for tech events. Since Puzl CowOrKing opened doors in 2015, we've hosted more than 320 meetups, knowledge-sharing formats, dev gatherings and closed-group events.
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