A new coworking space catered to female entrepreneurs is opening its doors in Nashville.
The Women’s Business Enterprise Council South (WBEC South), which is a regional partner of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, will open WB Collective Nashville to better support female business owners who have been disproportionately impacted by the ongoing pandemic.
“Nashville is a dynamic city for women entrepreneurs and the WB Collective is for women executives and CEOs to gain access to the resources they need to thrive,” said Phala K. Mire, president and CEO of WBEC South. “As we emerge from the pandemic, we want to help women business enterprises connect, collaborate and rebuild their companies while taking advantage of professional growth opportunities.”
WBEC South provides members with access to business coaching, certification and other programs that help guide their business growth.
WB Collective Nashville features hot desks, dedicated offices, conference rooms, high-speed internet, office equipment, audio visual equipment and more.
WB Collective also has one location in New Orleans, with plans to open a new space in Birmingham next year.