Business: Confluence Woodcraft
Owner: Dave Grossman
What does Confluence Woodcraft do?
I build furniture from reclaimed wood, embracing the character of the wood to build one-of-a-kind pieces.
What inspired you to start this business?
A passion of design and woodworking
Tell us a little about yourself.
I started working in millworks in high school and have always built things. Several companies later, I am excited to be starting a new company building with reclaimed wood.
Describe a typical day for you.
Milling reclaimed wood, building furniture, working with customers on custom projects, and then getting a ride or SUP paddle in before dinner.
What brought you to the Business Incubator Program?
It is the perfect location to start my business.
How can people get in touch with you?
YouTube: Confluence Woodcraft
About the Incubator Program
The Business Incubator Center offers an intensive, five-year business support program that accelerates the successful development of start-ups and fledgling companies by providing entrepreneurs with an array of industry-specific resources and services. Businesses accepted into the Incubator Program are housed on campus with direct access to business consultants and workshops, regular financial and business reviews, and networking opportunities.
Client companies extend to all types of industries, including manufacturing, service, and office space spread throughout the 35,000 square-foot mixed-use space on 46 acres right outside of downtown Grand Junction, Colorado.