Diversity & Inclusion
Coworking / Women in tech

These 5 women-owned businesses won free coworking space at CoLab-Factory

Winners include rising star Humblee.

Some of Brooklyn's female founders: Sara Maag, Jennifer Lee, Sam Frons, Ebonique Ellis, Aneri Shah, Zuley Clarke. (Photo courtesy of CoLab-Factory)

Downtown Brooklyn coworking space CoLab-Factory announced the winners of its Women’s Startup #BuildYourDream scholarship last week, with five businesses receiving four months of free office space, as well as mentorship.

The winners are:


The purpose of the scholarship is to “help foster women entrepreneurs, and provide them with tools to build their startups into thriving businesses,” according to CoLab-Factory. Cheers to that.

Series: Brooklyn

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