Grand Opening at CoCreate Lexington, a coworking space in Lexington, South Carolina for entrepreneurs, remote workers, small businesses & more in the Columbia area

Our Approach

We work to build and facilitate a community that empowers and supports individuals to build the businesses of their dreams. We offer working that offers the latest business tools and creative outlets (yes, there are swings).  We also offer educational workshops, networking events, and meeting space where organizational board members, team project members, book club and other hobbyists or other business collaborators can meet. At CoCreate, you’ll be part of a group who get what it's like to be a solopreneur or telecommuter – and they’ll be there to share their insights, cheer you on, and help guide you along your way to success.

Meet the Team

The Boss Lady, Founder and Operator Kiri Rawson of CoCreate Lexington, a coworking space in Lexington, South Carolina for entrepreneurs, remote workers, small businesses & more in the Columbia area

Kiri Rawson

The Boss Lady & Founder

Kiri's passion for entrepreneurship began as a child spending her summers on her grandma's screened porch designing malls that included everything from art supply stores to an employment office. Kiri is a mother of two and has degrees in both economics and special education. After years of experience in the corporate, educational and work-at-home-mom worlds, she is now living out her dream: the signs she designed at age eight are now framed and hanging on the walls of CoCreate.

Community Manager, Kati Horton, at CoCreate Lexington, a coworking space in Lexington, South Carolina for entrepreneurs, remote workers, small businesses & more in the Columbia area

Kati Horton

Community Manager & Social Media Guru

Kati is a work-at-home and homeschooling mom of four.  As the Chief Mommy of the hyperlocal blog Lexington Mommy, Kati has an audience of over 15,000 highly-engaged people. Kati also teaches other business owners how to create, leverage and grow their online presence to increase their brand awareness, number of clients and income. Just to make life interesting, she agreed to join her sister Kiri at CoCreate.

 

Next Steps...

The best way to learn more about CoCreate is to visit us! We love to meet new people, hear about different small businesses, and show off our space.