from cybersecurity and social good to photography and Bollywood dance. With locations around the globe, members of Impact Hub can have a place to work even when traveling abroad. Industrious
Opened in the Clift Building last year, Industrious (10 W. Broadway, industriousoffice.com) boasts chic, modern offices with some great views overlooking the intersection of Broadway and Main Street. It is certainly on the higher end of coworking spaces available and you’ll get a number of premium amenities along with your membership. Kiln
Founded and based in Lehi, you can’t deny Kiln’s (26 S. Rio Grande St, kilnspace.com) Utah roots. It is dedicated to helping launch earlystage tech companies as well as attracting out-of-state enterprises looking to enter a new market. The space at The Gateway is strategically located near the North Temple FrontRunner stations, allowing members easy access to a base both in downtown and Silicon Slopes. Kiln has its sights set on expansion to new markets both in Utah and the western U.S. by the end of next year. The Wave
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Housed in the beautiful, historic Commercial Club building, The Wave (32 E. Exchange Pl, thewavewomen.com) strives to provide safe workspace for women. An entire floor is dedicated to feminine-identifying individuals. An elegant ballroom is available for private events and members will have access to an on-site beauty bar and Jr. Member Space to drop off children during meetings. Future plans include activation of up to seven floors of the building. WeWork
It is impossible to talk about the emergence of coworking without mentioning WeWork (460 W.
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