Seattle-based women-oriented coworking space The Riveter has announced it would be closing all of its facilities.
“During the course of this devastating pandemic, the safety and health of our employees and members have been our top priority,” said Amy Nelson, founder and CEO. “As these safety concerns and unforeseen circumstances continue, we’ve been forced to make the tremendously difficult decision to close our coworking operations.”
Moving forward, the company will focus on its online community and offer networking opportunities, mentoring and more.
At the start of the pandemic, The Riveter cut down its staff after being forced to close most of its offices and meeting spaces.