Founder Kate Bailey launched a new women-driven workplace to offer a space to learn and network.
Local entrepreneur Kate Bailey grew her idea from statistics. Most women don’t have a dedicated workplace, impacting their opportunities to thrive at work. So, she decided to launch a new women-driven space.
On September 15, the new women-driven coworking space will open its doors in Denver. The coworking is called Tarra. And the 12,500-square-foot women-focused business campus aims to create a growing community. And cultivate connections to support women to grow without judgments.
The first networking event is “Perfecting the Art of the Pivot,” a talk about switching a company from a direct-to-consumer model to a business-to-business one. And the following meetup, “Stronger Toget(her)” with the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce, will offer the opportunity of meeting new professionals.
The monthly membership starts at $70, including:
- Networking events
- Discounted conference room rentals
- Workplace one-day pass
In addition, the premium option at $285/month provides unlimited access to:
- Coworking area
- Guest passes
- Participation in the Tarra newsletter to promote their businesses
Following a growing trend, this new women-driven workplace represents another alternative due to remote work opportunities.
Image source: Tarra