How’s this for cool event swag: if you join Femme & Fortune’s relaunch party on Jan. 11 you could walk away with a rebrand for your company.
Melissa Alam is relaunching her feminist platform (the one that spawned a coworking space for women and the Fearless Conference) with a party at WeWork NoLibs, where the organization is currently based. The revamped platform will now feature an all-female creative agency catering to female business owners/female-focused brands.
At the party, business owners will have a chance to pitch the company on why they need a rebrand for 2017. The winner walks away with a free two-hour strategy consultation and a redesign by Femme and Fortune’s team of three full-timers.
So, why the relaunch? According to Alam, there’s a lack of resources specifically geared at women to help them build their businesses. “We want to to be the catalyst and connection for them,” Alam said in an email.
— Femme & Fortune (@FemmeAndFortune) November 16, 2016
“By launching our all-female agency and catering to female-owned or female-focused businesses, we’re able to reach a demographic that we fully understand because we are the demographic,” Alam said.
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