Black Girl Magic Tour- Houston

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Mar. 1 2019, Published 7:00 p.m. ET

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COST: $50-65

VENUE: Sugarfina

ADDRESS: 2510 University Boulevard Houston, TX 77005

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After a successful brunch in 2016 the Boss Women Media brand that Marty McDonald created continues to soar to new heights as the brand prepares to hit the road in 2019 to various cities for the first-ever Black Girl Magic Tour. The tour descends on Houston, TX on March 2nd.

The fun-filled day will welcome visionaries in Beauty and Business and more to enjoy a day complete with tastemaker chats, panels, delicious food, cocktails and much more. The core focus is to connect, engage and inform women around key topics surrounding entrepreneurship, side hustling, tools and resources they need as modern working women.

From launching a blog or a business, developing content strategies or taking your existing plans to the next level, women will network with like-minded women while hearing advice from the best in the industry. The Black Girl Magic Tour is a one-stop shop for millennial business women and caters to all kinds of entrepreneurs, even those with full-time jobs looking to get more in their current environment.

Topics Include:

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  • Women Creating Collaboration & Community
  • The Glow Up to Create the Brand that Everyone is Talking About
  • Exploring How We All Need a Seat at the Table
  • Get that Coin: How Your Dollar is Making Sense
  • How You Can Be A Woman Breaking Boundaries and Barriers

Hosted By: Boss Women Media

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