Vector 90: The Perfect Networking Space for South Central

This weekend I had the pleasure of finally checking out Vector 90, the new networking hub in South Central, Los Angeles. I attended their monthly Burn Out session which is an event from 7:00 p.m until 6:00 a.m, envisioned for people to focus on projects and work until they are literally burnt out. It is a space for creatives, entrepreneurs and students to network and zone out.

Local rapper and businessman Nipsey Hussle was presented the idea by real estate developer David Gross. These two South Central natives have opened up something that is truly one of a kind in the community.

Cost of admission was $15 and included amenities such as free pizza and coffee.

The experience for me was extremely dope. Here is a space in the neighborhood that I am from, designed by true hustlers and businessmen who are also from the community. 

To be able to engage in a safe space where everyone is on the same wave length in terms of business and trying to accomplish set goals, was remarkable. I feel lucky to have the honor of having a place like Vector 90 to network and handle business.

Real estate developer David Gross was also present at the Burn Out and made an early morning run to Slauson Donuts, bringing back an assortment of sweets to those in attendance.

The vibe of Vector 90 is definitely that of “win” by any means necessary and genuineness from those around you. While in that space you will meet people that are more than willing to provide you with perspective, motivation and insight.

About slausongirl

Slauson Girl is a South Central native who has a love for journalism, history and all things Hip-Hop. She holds a B.A in Critical Race & Gender Theory & a Minor in Journalism. Follow Me on IG @Slausongirl

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  1. Wow!!! We need places, spaces like this all over the place. Also, places that are sliding scale so if you don’t have $15 you can still engage. Just a thought.

  2. This is a great project and I hope to be able to come across the country to visit someday soon.