The Rise Of The Female-Centered Co-Operating Space

When you think “co-working space,” you probably think fiberglass meeting rooms, beer on tap and a crowd of guys in hoodies.
“I use co-working and ‘broworking’ interchangeably,” says Ambika Singh, founder of the wardrobe subscription service Armoire and a member of The Riveter, a co-working space in Seattle.
A new crowd of female-focused co-working spaces are hoping to change that.
For example, the New Women Space in Brooklyn prioritizes social gatherings and cultural events.
“In general, traditional co-working spaces have a bro culture and they are often predominantly male-dominated,” says Shelley Zalis, founder of The Girls Lounge, a pop-up women’s space at conventions and conferences.

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