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When a bunch of entrepreneurial feminists gather in one place over two days, sh*t gets done. Outspoken Q&A sessions, riveting foundational speakers, Sharpies scribbling testimonials on paper in paradigm-breaking workshops. Attendees left with a renewed hope, practical resources, and ways to connect and take action.
Closing up shop is a difficult and emotional business decision, but sometimes it’s written in the cards and trusting your gut is the healthiest thing you can do for new growth.
Or at least into creating a research hub. The question now: Will that investment lead to real policy action to unleash vast potential?
Christina Zeidler, a filmmaker turned hotel developer didn’t check her feminist values at the door but made them key to her business model and brand. It wasn’t quick. Or easy. Find out how Zeidler and her team did it-and what happened next.
“Change doesn’t just happen through protest. It doesn’t just happen – for regular people anyway”–Rivera Sun
Its not only a justice-based imperative. There is also a strong business case behind the idea that The Feminist City would produce incredible economic development opportunities – and improve quality of life for all. So why aren’t all cities rushing to become one?
This time, the money will go directly to women founders looking to grow their enterprise. And look Mom! It’s not just for tech!
As I reflected on defining moments in my life, I was astonished by how often I drew on the work of feminists to navigate through challenging times.