A Madison co-working space that’s bolstered local and national startups, and has been a pioneer in shaping the city’s reputation as a hub for technology, is rebuilding after the pandemic threw a wrench into its growth trajectory.

100state, which has had various Madison locations since its founding in 2013, is rethinking how it serves its clients after the coronavirus reduced the once 300-member organization to less than 100 supporters, said executive director Joseph Dahari.

He added that the nonprofit went from operating at its large 316 W. Washington Ave. office — paying around $22,000 in rent — to hemorrhaging $6,000 a month and needing to move in spring 2020. A five-employee team decreased to one, Dahari said.

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