If you’re looking for a creative yet insighful event where women entrepreneurs come together to talk about their ideas, bounce off ideas, give great advice while drinking some bubbly, then the Pretty Thing Tour is for you!
The Pretty Thing is ultimately a creative studio that is for female-identifying people who can tell their stories in a creative environment. Founders Myah Hollis and Sarah Hawkins built this creative community so to bring “advancement of women through narrative storytelling and community.”
All hail women!
The two inspiring creative founders understand that all women want to be able to express themselves freely through power & influence while being surrounded by like individuals. They wanted to expand & highlight women creatives & entrepreneurs who are changing the game & taking names-unapologetically.
The Pretty Thing Tour was in NYC this past weekend, & it was filled with keynotes, panels, & activations on TV & film, digital content, art, wellness, business, tech & more.
Sounds like our kind of conference!
Welcoming the women with a brunch (who doesn’t like a good mimosa to start off the day?!), the tour then broke out into sessions & pop-up events to get women mingling and meeting one another. Then, attendees were able to hear from people in the industry in the speaker panel, and were able to ask their buringin questions in the Q&A forum. A lot of women learned new tools & tricks in their fields, & saw how other entrepreneurs are succedding in their respeted field.
So where’s the tour stopping next? Pretty Thing will hit up L.A. on November 9 of this year, so if you’re in the area, defintely hit up this fun & insightful event!
Sarah Hawkins, the co-founder & chief strategist of The Pretty Tour really believes that women can make a difference in whatever work place that they are in:
“More than anything else, we want womxn to have a creative community backing them and accessible, practical resources. Tour is a place for folks to find both, and all in a cool, approachable and womxn-centric environment.”