I think it's great that you have noticed the number of women who are
interested in Coworking in your community, and I really like that you want
to offer something to the women which will meet them where their needs are.
What you're doing with your back to school pop-up looks fun!
I agree with Tony and Angel that the effort to create such an offering
would be best led by a woman of the community. I recommend reaching out to
your biggest engagers who are women and offer this idea, with an ask for
someone to lead the effort. When the woman/women step up to lead, you can
then provide the infrastructure and support needed to make things happen,
and the manpower to execute on their plans.
Best of luck! Would love to hear how it goes.
On Friday, August 11, 2017 at 10:22:20 AM UTC-7, Angel Kwiatkowski wrote:
> Generally, I would say that a women only event should be lead and
> organized by a woman. If it's not, it'll be off-putting :)
> On Thursday, August 10, 2017 at 8:13:52 AM UTC-6, wa...@renewacycle.com
>> This is great.
>> As I'm building the community for our space in small town Hinesburg, VT
>> <http://www.hinesburghub.com> I'm noticing that fully 70% of our
>> facebook fans are local women. That might be related to the use of facebook
>> overall, and I think there's more there. It's great.
>> So, I'm noodling on having a future Pop-up Coworking Day that's Women
>> Only, maybe in October Here's what were doing in 2 weeks
>> What do you think? How might I approach this? Is this a good idea?
>> On Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 7:48:35 PM UTC-4, Iris Kavanagh wrote:
>>> Happy Coworking Day to all of us. It's hard to believe we are 12 years
>>> into this amazing ride. Thank you to everyone, across the world, who are
>>> changing lives and communities every day through your work. I have so much
>>> love for you.
>>> Also, I wanted to say that Women Who Cowork has launched our website
>>> <https://www.womenwhocowork.com/> and updated the Global Directory of
>>> Women Owned Coworking Spaces
>>> If you are a female founder and haven't joined us, please do! We'd love to
>>> list you in our directory, you can fill out this form
>>> and we will add you.
>>> Female operators, community managers and founders are all welcome to
>>> join our Facebook group <https://www.facebook.com/womenwhocowork/>,
>>> where we've got a great community of women sharing ideas and expertise.
>>> And of course, we love our male founders, operators and community
>>> managers too! We invite you to like our FB page
>>> <https://www.facebook.com/womenwhocowork/> and follow our progress
>>> Love to all!
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