Longtime BatchBlue customer and friend AJ Leon has embarked on a 45 Day trip criss-crossing the United States and Canada. Calling it the Rise of the Cubicle Farmer, he and his colleagues at The LaC Project will be traveling nearly 12,000 miles through 35 cities “documenting the changing landscape of the idea of “work” among entrepreneurs, small business people, and progressive corporate types.”
They’ll be stopping and chatting along the way with small business owners, entrepreneurs, co-workers, workshifters and some of the companies, like BatchBlue, that help make small businesses run. They want to capture and document these stories in the hopes that they’ll be able to educate others about “defining their work as something they do instead of some place that they sit.”
As members of The Small Business Web, BatchBlue is always looking at innovative ways for our customers to connect to other small businesses, and we’re excited about supporting this initiative and look forward to seeing the dispatches from the road. We’re also super excited that AJ and crew will be using our new iPhone app to capture the names and faces of the folks they meet along the way.