If that kind of bold, feminist statement gets you all huffy and puffy, then this is your cue to leave. If it lights your fire, however, then hold onto your lady-loving britches, because have I got some news for you, clad in pink and ready to get down to business.
With more and more people finally taking to Fleetwood Mac’s advice and “going their own way,” co-working and incubator spaces are in high demand. However, for some, they can be a stressful bill to pay and more of a hindrance than a help. A workspace is only as good as the work that gets done (and the coffee that gets downed) in it, after all. While DC has no shortage of co-working and incubator opportunities meant for both small, start-up businesses and solo workers, there is one that just recently hit the scene with a unique mission. … IN3: DC’S INCLUSIVE INNOVATION INCUBATOR