Hera Hub, Workspace and Business Accelerator, Continues to Expand

San Diego, CA, November 28, 2017 – On the heels of international expansion, female-focused coworking space and business accelerator Hera Hub has signed a new licensee in Orange County, California and will soon be opening its doors in Phoenix, Arizona. Phoenix will be the Southern California-based company’s sixth location in the U.S., which will further Hera Hub’s mission of supporting over 20,000 women in the launch and growth of their business by 2020.

The Phoenix location is projected to open in February 2018 at 2111 E. Highland Ave., Ste 240.  The space is the largest Hera Hub facility to date.  Leading Hera Hub’s expansion into Arizona is Shatha Barbour. “We’ve had over 200 women express interest in membership. We are elated to be in the highly sought after and central Biltmore district. Not only is the location in a garden style setting that is compatible with our spa-inspired space, but we also have access to plenty of great restaurants and amenities to simplify our busy lives,” says Barbour.  Learn more www.HeraHub.com/Phoenix.

Hera Hub is also excited to announce their first licensee in Orange County, California, Mirna Bard.  Ms. Bard is an internationally-recognized business advisor and digital strategy consultant, speaker, contributing author as well as an instructor at University of Southern California Irvine and Oregon State University.  As a highly regarded senior adviser since 2007, Mirna has worked with hundreds of organizations to develop scalable online strategies that break down silos and integrate all processes, including sales and marketing, public relations, customer service, and human resources.

Ms. Bard is moving quickly to secure her first coworking space in the Irvine, California area.  “I am extremely honored and so excited to be bringing Hera Hub to Orange County. Hera Hub will be an absolute game-changer for the OC community; the center will open many doors to opportunity and change the way entrepreneurial women do business, connect, collaborate, and create visibility,” says Bard. Learn more www.HeraHub.com/Irvine.

Hera Hub’s shared workspaces serve women across multiple industries, from biotech, high-tech, business operations, legal advisors, and tax professionals to artists, designers, educators, and creative experts. The spaces, which offer an open layout, lend to collaboration across industries. Weekly educational seminars, intensive workshops, and one-on-one mentoring also strengthen the business acumen and ties among members. While Hera Hub was designed by women, for women, it is open to all independent workers who value collaboration and community.

For more information about Hera Hub’s international expansion visit www.HeraHubExpansion.com

About Hera Hub

Hera Hub is a coworking space and business accelerator, where entrepreneurial women can create and collaborate in a professional, productive, spa-like environment. The platform provides members with connections to other business experts, access to educational workshops, and visibility within the community, thus giving them the support they need to be prosperous.  Hera Hub offers cost-effective monthly membership options that are suited for freelancers, independent consultants, entrepreneurs, nonprofits, and authors. The company was founded in San Diego, California in 2011. www.HeraHub.com & www.HeraHubExpansion.com