Geek Wire: The Riveter reborn: Amy Nelson and Heather Carter to lead online community and hotel co-working network as co-CEOs

The Riveter is getting back into the co-working business, but in a very different way. The company, which raised about $20 million to launch a national network of women-oriented co-working spaces prior to the pandemic, will partner with high-end hotels to give its members access to underutilized lobbies, conference rooms and other amenities under a new “Riveter Spaces” initiative.

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