Riveter

Riveter

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March 2018

Riveter raises a $4,750,000 seed round from XFactor Ventures, Founders' Co-op, The Helm, Start It Labs, PLG Ventures, Brilliant Ventures, Madrona Venture Group and Portland Seed Fund.

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Brent Wistrom
June 1, 2020
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The Riveter, a Seattle-based startup that launched a coworking space in Dallas and eight other cities, is closing down all of its coworking spaces, it announced in blog post. "During the course of this devastating pandemic, the safety and health of our employees and members have been our top priority," founder and CEO Amy Nelson wrote. "As these safety concerns and unforeseen circumstances continue, we've been forced to make the tremendously difficult decision to close our coworking operations." But The Riveter won't vanish entirely. It's shifting gears to focus on an online community that will feature online networking, mentoring and more. The women-oriented coworking and events organization launched in 2017, and it raised a $15 million Series A round. It expanded to Dallas, to the Uptown neighborhood, as part of its rapid national expansion in January 2019. It also had offices in Austin, Denver, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, and Portland -- in addition to its three locations in Seattle.
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