Women are starting companies at 5x the rate of men. But most aren’t starting venture scale companies in traditional corporate workplace environments. That’s why Amy Nelson created The Riveter, a network of community and workspaces built by women for everyone.
Amy was a corporate litigator for a decade and had a traditional career before launching The Riveter.
She found that there was a huge need that wasn’t being met: work environments for entrepreneurial women designed to help them thrive in a like-minded community.
Here are the 4 things The Riveter is built on:
They unapologetically think of women first when building community and open workspaces. They democratize access to their space by offering part time memberships for those who don’t need a full time workspace.They educate women on how to improve their business and invest in other startups by bringing in renowned speakers and experts. They are building a membership benefit organization that ranges from life to business benefits such as off site childcare partnerships and travel programs.