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New Hellertown Business Space Will Host Ribbon-Cutting Feb. 6

The Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a newly-opened Hellertown business space, 410 Collaborative, on Feb. 6.

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The Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a newly-opened Hellertown business space, 410 Collaborative, on Feb. 6.

410 Collaborative is located at 410 Main St., Hellertown.

Occupied by several women-owned businesses and female entrepreneurs since late last year, 410 Collaborative, 410 Main St., Hellertown is home to ASR Media Productions, owned by Ashley Russo; Sarott Design, owned by Sarah Dams; Social T Marketing & PR, owned by Tina Hasselbusch; and web and interior design consultant, Natasha Gourzis-Benzing.

The event will be held from 5 to 7 p.m., with the ribbon-cutting at 5:45 p.m. The community is invited to attend.

“I was very excited about the opportunity to hang a shingle on Main Street,” said Russo. “The ability to share this beautiful space with other female business owners, collaborate on projects, and even simply contribute advice and resources made perfect sense to me.”

“I have worked with Ashley, Sarah and Natasha on a variety of projects for many years,” Hasselbusch said. “I quickly realized that we all place extraordinary value in building strong, collaborative relationships and in supporting each other’s efforts and goals.”

Dams said she is “honored and excited to join these talented females in this beautiful space. It’s amazing how creativity and positivity can flourish when cultivated by the support of others.”

When asked about her interest in joining the Collaborative, Natasha Gourzis-Benzing replied, “I jumped at the opportunity to join 410 Collaborative, not only for the surroundings, which is filled with character and inspires me creatively, but more importantly to share ideas and support the growth of my fellow female business owners.”

The 410 Collaborative space is in a historic repurposed home with a wide front porch and plenty of common space.

According to a news release about the opening, “it was important to the women that employees and guests feel comfortable and at ease in the spacious rooms with freedom to work in any area.”

There are plans to host bi-monthly seminars on topics such as work-life balance, managing stress, brand building, easy marketing strategies and more, the release said.

“The meetings will be open to the public and will be aligned with 410 Collaborative’s mission of supporting community growth and female entrepreneurism and leadership,” it stated.

The building that now houses 410 Collaborative was formerly the home of Yogamos, a yoga studio that last year moved to a space in the 700 block of Main Street, Hellertown. Earlier this month Yogamos reopened under new ownership as All Bright Yoga.


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