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WORK: A Pop-Up Conference for Creatives and Entrepreneurs (Winter 2019)

  • Rowling Hall 300 West Martin Luther King Junior Blvd. Austin, TX, 78701 United States (map)

WORK: A Pop-Up Conference for Creatives and Entrepreneurs

presented by #bossbabesATX
powered by Texas MSTC, Texas MBA and Bumble Bizz
10 AM to 5 PM on Saturday January 19, 2019
Rowling Hall in Austin, Texas
$25 registration

*speakers and instructors TBA Dec. 1, 2018.


— GET THE SCHEDULE — 

WORK is a biannual conference, exploring new ideas and approaches to creative and entrepreneurial work. Hosting 300 guests every summer and winter, the one-day event's panels, workshops and speaker sessions touch on personal and professional development, marketing, wellness, business management and entrepreneurship. Get the full lineup and schedule for WORK Winter ‘19 here: meetyouatwork.com


— GRAB A TICKET —

Tickets for WORK are $25 and the conference is limited to 300 guests.

The ticket price includes all conference sessions, a concluding conference #WORKbook and access to other opportunities and workshops throughout the year. You can purchase a ticket here: meetyouatwork.com/tickets.


— BEHIND WORK, THE CONFERENCE — 

 ✨Launched by #BBATX in January 2018, WORK is designed for women and nonbinary small business owners, new entrepreneurs, freelancers, solopreneurs, industry leaders and creative professionals. Produced by #BBATX and powered by Texas MSTC, Texas MBA and Bumble Bizz, the Winter ‘19’s WORK conference pops up on Jan 19, 2019 at Rowling Hall. Get the full schedule at meetyouatwork.com.

Curious about previous conferences? Download Summer '18's #WORKbook.


— MEET THE PRODUCERS — 

About #bossbabesATX: We’re a Texas-based nonprofit that amplifies and connects women and nonbinary creatives, entrepreneurs and organizers. We create space to catalyze multi-industry coalitions, promote intersectionality across disciplines, share our crafts, seek guidance and provide each other with practical and emotional resources. On top of that goodness, anyone interested in our mission, core values, and initiatives are invited to participate and learn more about how gender inequality affects their daily lives. More than 15,000+ community members annually attend our showcases, markets and dialogues—and in the last three years, our programs generated an additional $1million for the Austin economy. Learn more at bossbabes.org