Become a partner

It's a proven fact that building creative community and supporting gender equity has a positive impact on growth of our economy and society, and we pride ourselves in working with partners who believe in building both commerce and community infrastructure around women-identifying and nonbinary creatives and entrepreneurs. Our partners work with us to provide #bbatx's community with the space, network and financial support required to fulfill their ambitions. Partners' donations also support the ongoing production of our programs.


2019 #bossbabesatx PResenting PARTNERS:

Resplendent Hospitality develops, strengthens and sustains brands in the hospitality industry of Austin, Texas. Through creative partnerships, RH bolsters awareness for brands through: a cohesive brand with a mission, attractive design, marketing and public relations, interactive events and a strong digital presence. Learn more.

The Texas MSTC Program based out of Austin, Texas is taught by top-ranked McCombs School of Business faculty. McCombs climbed to No. 6 in the latest annual ranking of the top 25 graduate entrepreneurship programs in the U.S. by Princeton Review/Entrepreneurship Magazine. We teach students how to profitably launch new ideas into market. Our home, Texas McCombs, is a premiere business school at The University of Texas in Austin, a world-class public research university. Through high quality instruction, experiential learning, and the pursuit of relevant, ground breaking research, we are shaping those who will shape tomorrow and solve our most challenging problems.  Learn more.

 

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2019 SUPPORTING BRANDS AND INSTITUTIONS:


We are grateful to all of the friends and community members who support #bossbabesATX. To ensure that we keep on keepin' on, please email thebabes@bossbabes.org for more information as to how you can get involved and support self-identified women business owners and artists in Texas and nationwide. Email us below to become a partner:

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