The Facts

 

What happens at a She•Think event? 

While everyone arrives, you are welcome to grab a drink and a snack.  We begin with one of two things.  Occasionally we have a guest speaker who will present 15-20 minute of valuable information about business life and/or development. Months that we do not have a speaker, we will spend more time on introductions where each attendee introduces herself and provides a brief summary of her business.  Each person is then given 5-10 minutes to ask a question and receive feedback from the other women in attendance.  The last thirty minutes is casual mingling, allowing everyone to get to know each other even better.

Who is She•Think for?

If you own a small business, She•Think is for you. All ambitious women business owners welcome! We’re geared toward creatives and makers — illustrators, chefs, stationers, shop owners, bloggers, bakers, nutritionists, letterpress artists, yogis, developers, photographers, interior designers, writers, wellness experts, florists, social media pros, and more. Business owners only, please!

Is it the same people every time?  

Nope! This isn't an exclusive networking group. Instead, She•Think consists of monthly, reservation-only events, designed to ensure each monthly gathering is a little different, made up of a diverse but intimate group of women. 

What do I need to bring? 

Please bring your prepared question, business cards, and a notebook (if you’re the note-taking type). Feel free to bring a sample of your product to pass around or share if your business is product-based.

What kind of question should I ask? 

Since you’re a boss, any question you have automatically relates to the life of being a boss. Here are some ideas to get you started:

  • “Do you have an accountant you recommend?”

  • “I feel kind of guilty about working until 2a every day, but I love it…”

  • “Have you ever partnered up with other businesses for a cross-promotional campaign?”

Every gathering is a different mix of women, which will result in different answers. Think of She•Think as a focus group or think tank, designed to help your business run even better.