Working from home can be incredibly lonely. But coworking spaces often feel corporate and isolating. You can work in the same room as someone for weeks and never form a real connection.
And yet, we've seen the magic that happens when driven women come together to support one another.
So we created Work Sesh. A four-week event series for female-identifying entrepreneurs to form friendships, scheme collaborations, and build businesses beside one another.
We'd love to welcome you into the circle next month and get to know you, and your business.
WORK SESH is for you if :
- You're currently building a company, and you'd like to meet other women doing the same.
- You typically work from home or from a co-working space, and you find yourself craving more thoughtful conversations and a greater sense of community throughout the week.
- You'd be grateful to have a circle of women in your life who can give thoughtful feedback, recommend a great accountant, or beta-test your new product.
Thoughts from WORK SESH women:
"Attending Work Sesh is the best thing I've done for not only my businesses and growing my network, but also my sanity as a solopreneur. It's my weekly "entrepreneurs anonymous" where I know I'm going to be able to share my success, new ideas, and happy moments both personally and professionally, as well as my challenges, fears, and frustrations that come with being an entrepreneur. Don't get it twisted - you won't get much "work" done at Work Sesh, but what you will get done is far more valuable than answering a few emails."
- Baily Hancock, Collaboration Consultant
"Powerful women, beautiful hearts, and real conversation about business. Work Sesh has invigorated me both personally and professionally, and I can't stop going back for more."
- Libby Crow, Business Coach
"Bossladies Work Sesh feels like being part of a kick ass girls’ club. We're so lucky we were part of it from the beginning. It's been important for our business, but the best part has been the friends we’ve made."
- Grace Yoon, photographer, Grey & Elle
the photograph above was shot by our friend and worksesh woman, bree mccool.