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Riveter Acquires Women In Kind Coworking Company

Riveter Acquires Women In Kind Coworking Company
The Riveter's office in Seattle's Capital Hill neighborhood

The Riveter has acquired Women in Kind, Denver’s first coworking space and community for women.

Current Women in Kind members will receive discounted memberships at The Riveter Denver, which will open at 27th and Walnut in the River North neighborhood in June. The Riveter is a coworking concept founded by women and geared toward the advancement of women and all working professionals.

“Women in Kind has done incredible work here in Denver,” The Riveter co-founder and CEO Amy Nelson said. “Our goal is to provide continuity and to make sure we can offer even more to members. We can’t wait to become a new home for Women in Kind’s members and can’t wait to welcome them into our national network of spaces and community.”

The Riveter has plans to expand nationally over the next few years. The Denver location is the company’s ninth coworking space, adding to locations in Seattle, Los Angeles, Austin, Dallas and Minneapolis.

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