Spacemize celebrates International Women’s’ Day with a series of female-focused events

Events | South East

Spacemize, a flexible coworking platform celebrates the achievements of women in tech and addresses the challenges ladies face in male-dominated industries throughout its March networking events.

Barely a month since its opening, Spacemize has already established a name for its networking events and the value they bring to attendees. As part of their Spacemize monthly membership, users get a ‘hot desk’ across its luxury partner hotels, complimentary tea and coffee, meeting room hire and restaurant discounts and invites to at least three business networking events.

Both of Spacemize’s ‘Coworking Workshop for Startups’ this month feature inspiring women, discussing the topic of fundraising. An expert led talk, followed by a coworking day – aimed at early founders.

On March 15th, Marika Tedroff from Seedrs will address the question on raising investment through crowdfunding and when is the right moment to raise capital.

On March 21st, USPAAH’s CEO Iglika Ghouse will share her experience and tips on raising funding as a solo female founder. Does the bias around 1p in £1 truly exist?

A bonus affair this month, on March 13th, Spacemize’s Tzvete Doncheva comes together with founders of close-knit women communities Kristina Tardos(The Merit Club), Indre Butkeviciute(Lily Advisory) and Siobhan Kangataran(ToGetHer Further) to launch a brand-new series ‘Beneath The Surface’, aiming to debunk the myths of success. The pilot event will trace their own journey as foreigners who made London home- career change (from corporate to startup) and personal growth en-route to following their dreams.

Spacemize kicked off International Womens’ Day early with the latest Founders Breakfast on ‘Female Entrepreneurship’ last Tuesday, February 26th. #Forbesunder30 Devika Wood (Vida) and celebrity maternity designer Cecile Reinaud(Seraphine)offered insights on building a business online and offline.

The series (co-hosted with leading think tank The Entrepreneurs Network) are monthly roundtables restricted to 20 entrepreneurs, who gather to discuss a relevant theme over a light breakfast.Tzvete Doncheva, Spacemize’s Head of Business development says: ‘Founders Breakfasts is an opportunity for our members to meet a very selected group of established industry leaders and possible career mentors’.

The event also marked the opening of Spacemize’s latest location to the public- Kens Bar at Crowne Plaza Kensington. Just off Cromwell Road, the venue is set to become the preferred coworking space option for Chelsea entrepreneurs and remote workers.

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