October 26, 2017
Yesterday the first coworking space for women, Bloom, hosted its official grand opening and ribbon-cutting celebration, welcoming women throughout the Las Vegas area to gather, connect, and grow their businesses under one posh new roof. The new venue was founded by Ginger Melien and Chelli Wolford and offers a thoughtfully-created space to inspire and connect women.
In general, women-only coworking spaces have been on the rise across the country in cities like New York, Los Angeles and Washington, DC. These are women-only, women-centric workspaces. Aside from the solid interior design appear, these new spaces are offering mentoring and networking opportunities in an open and supportive environment. So we can only assume this trend will continue.
What’s it take to run a coworking space for women? Bloom offers reliable Wi-Fi, smart televisions, conferencing equipment, printing, coffee and teas, a shower with luxury toiletry products, a podcast room, and maternity room for nursing mothers. Geared towards small startups, remote employees, and women looking to connect with a community of like-minded professionals. Bloom will also be available for private event bookings weekday evenings from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Pricing packages vary based on the number of visits you need and range from $35 to $3,500.
Let’s take a quick look at refreshing new space called Bloom located in downtown Las Vegas.
While coworking in many other cities offer numerous options ranging from WeWork to a space named after the cities founding year like 1871, the Las Vegas area only has a few which include Co-Operate, Work In Progress, and The Innevation Center – all co-ed. So it’s refreshing to see Bloom jumping into the mix with a twist by opening this coworking space for women.
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