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Nov. 30, 2016 7:39 am

Startup women: apply for free coworking space

Downtown Brooklyn's CoLab-Factory is offering free space.

Brooklyn Delhi founder Chitra Agrawal, third from right, relishes her victory at the Sept. 29 Make It In Brooklyn pitch competition.

(Photo by Tyler Woods)

Downtown Brooklyn’s CoLab-Factory is offering four months of free coworking space for two Brooklyn-based female startuppers.

“The scholarship winners will receive 4 months of free coworking in the CoLab-Factory, enabling them to kickstart their career with a focused space to work, filled with like minded entrepreneurs, as well as mentorship from Saideh Browne, the President of the National Council of Women!” according to the coworking space.

The CoLab-Factory is a relatively new coworking space, located at DeKalb and Flatbush Ave. It had its official opening in February of this year and has hosted several Brooklyn tech-oriented events, including this fall’s Make It In BK pitch competition.

Want in on the free coworking? You need to hurry — applications are only accepted until Dec. 1. To apply, send your pitch deck and a short essay to┬áinfo@colab-factory.com.

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