I’ve said it before, Networking is hard. At least for an anti-social extrovert like me 🙂 (what does that even mean? well, I don’t love to go out and socialize, but once I do, you can’t stop me from chatting up everyone, strangers, friends, everyone).

It’s always easier in a casual setting, maybe after hours, with a glass of wine or a beer, where the primary objective is just to meet and get to know some new people. That’s why we’re hosting a Working Women’s Networking Meet Up with WeWork at their new co-working space at the Railyard in South End.

  • WHAT: Working Women’s Meet Up
  • WHEN: Tuesday, November 19, 2019 from 6 to 8 pm
  • WHERE: Wework Railyard, 1422 S Tryon Street Suite 300 Charlotte, NC 28203 (take the elevator straight up to 3rd floor)
  • COST: FREE but please RSVP


Bring a bunch of business cards to hand out and plan to hang for a while at this free networking event at WeWork’s newest, huge & beautiful space in South End, as we’re offering complimentary beer, wine and even a special holiday cocktail tasting with Tamu from Liberate Your Palate.

We’ll have a professional stylist there available for quick consults and business tips, the folks from the brand new South End drybar will be doing quick dry-stylings, and we’ll have a photographer there to do headshots from 6:45 to 8 pm. Headshot Spots are limited.

We’re doing some fun door prize giveaways too, including three 2-month Hot Desk memberships for WeWork, fun food giveaways from CHOPT and Flower Child, and a Personal Shopping Package from Suzanne Libfraind, with three complimentary shopping hours with Suzanne, SouthPark Mall’s Personal Shopper plus a $100 Simon Visa Giftcard to use shopping at SouthPark. 


Parking in the attached garage is $5 AFTER 6 pm, so plan to head over then. (there are actually two towers, park in the left side as you face the building if you can, but if you don’t, no worries, they are both connected thru the garage).


Two floors of this eight-story building are dedicated to WeWork, boasting bright and airy lounges, art-filled conference rooms, and sleek private offices. Beautiful design and custom art pay homage to Charlotte’s rail history; all-inclusive amenities keep your team moving forward. Plus, commuting is simple with Bland Street Station a block away.