Black Magic Girl Tour discusses beauty, business and entrepreneurship

Boss Women Who Brunch was established in 2016 as a female empowerment organization curating a networking community for women who strive to achieve their dream careers.

Boss Women Who Brunch was established in 2016 as a female empowerment organization curating a networking community for women who strive to achieve their dream careers.

Marty McDonald brought the first-ever Black Girl Magic City Tour to Los Angeles, presented by Sugarfina & Bumble BFF, with visionaries in Beauty, Business, Side Hustles and more. The core of the inspiring women’s panel event focused on entertaining, enlightenment and to also inform women around key topics surrounding creating and establishing brands that stick, pitching ideas and life as a modern working woman.

There were highlighted discussion topics such as launching a blog or a business, developing content strategies, taking existing plans to the next level, networking with like-minded women while hearing advice from the best in the industry. 

The goal for the event was to showcase as a one-stop shop for the millennial business woman and cater to all kinds of entrepreneurs, even those with full-time jobs looking to get more in their current environment. Attendees enjoyed the sold out event among other tastemakers, delicious food, coffee and received swag bags. 

Boss Women Media is an offline/online women’s empowerment community and media company. They create experiences for women to connect through pop-up mini conferences, coffee chats, an annual full conference, and the yearly boss women of the year awards experience. They connect with women through their daily affirmation text program, weekly podcast (Boss So Hard) and weekly newsletter that provides resources and tools for corporate queens and entrepreneurs millennials.

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