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The Los Angeles–based Create & Cultivate is finally coming to San Francisco! After countless requests for a conference in S.F., the online platform is stepping up with a full day of curated panels, mentoring sessions, and networking opportunities.
Taking place on Saturday, September 21, this groundbreaking event is making its first-ever appearance in the Bay Area—and doing it right. The one-day conference will pull out all the stops to create an inspiring, empowering experience providing everything from photo booths and pop-up shops to incredible food and happy hours.
Whether you are interested in entrepreneurship, growing your brand, and advancing your career or are more focused on content creation, marketing, and social media, the two conference tracks feature an array of notable speakers in various fields. These successful women will drop knowledge on such topics as finding the right work-life balance, cultivating intrapreneurship, crafting compelling content, and monetizing content—among many others. With so much to learn and experience at Create & Cultivate, you definitely don’t want to miss out.
Kourtney Kardashian, CEO and Founder of Poosh
Giuliana Rancic, TV Host and Founder of Fountain of Truth Clean Skincare
Catherine Gore, President of Biossance
Aleksandra Zee, Artist and Woodworker
Colleen Stauffer, Head of Global Business Marketing at Pinterest
Nicole Farb, Vice President of Clean Beauty at Grove Collaborative
And so many more!
September 21, 2019
8 a.m.–8:30 p.m.
10 South Van Ness, San Francisco
Get your tickets before they sell out, and prepare to be inspired.
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