Saratoga Springs, N.Y.- Palette, a female-focused coworking space and community created to support women in careers and in life, opened the doors to its third location in the Capital Region. Palette Owner Catherine Hover hosted a ribbon cutting in Downtown Saratoga Springs, where Palette now has two locations.
“Every time we open a new space it’s a demonstration of what can happen when people come together to support each other,” said Catherine.
The location includes workspaces, a conference room and event gathering space allowing members to work and connect with each other. The space also provides printing, faxing and private rooms to its members. Memberships range from annual and monthly, to daily with corporate and non-profit options.
In attendance were Palette members, Capital Region Chamber President Mark Egan and Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner who spoke highly about the importance of coming together for collective success.
“It’s not just about Catherine,” said Egan. “It’s about women in our community and what they are doing to help our community survive.”
“I am always impressed by how Catherine brings women together in our community,” said Woerner. “The opening is only going to make our city and entrepreneurial climate better.”
More information about the new location and membership can be located on the Palette website.
About Palette: Located in Saratoga Springs and Schenectady, New York, Palette is more than a coworking space or event venue. It is a place that celebrates culture, shared ideas and connections. It empowers those who seek adventure, ambition and a sense of community. It bridges the gap between “stay-at-home moms” and “women in business.” Palette is an experience – a social destination dedicated to successful women in careers and in life. Yearly, monthly and corporate memberships are available. For more information on memberships, events, programming and the cafe, visit www.palettecommunity.com.