Eat Work Art Resident Networking Series x International Women's Day
Conscious Female Creators Networking Breakfast in Collaboration with The Curious.
Our Eat Work Art resident networking event series continues, this time hosting a female lead networking breakfast at Hackney Downs Studios in collaboration with The Curious & Co. for International Women's day.
Hosted by Emma Shoesmith (The Curious & Co.) and guest speaker Megan, founder and owner of zero waste shop Re:Store, the event celebrates female empowerment, collaboration and solidarity in the workplace. Expect resident led talks to help kick-start or grow your business, grow your confidence and inspire you.
There will be a panel around the topic 'fear of success' and the chance to network with like-minded business women in a relaxed environment.
There'll be coffee, snacks and healthy dose of inspiration from someone who's done it all before.
Who is this for?
Female residents of Eat Work Art and beyond, women that run their own businesses or work in companies, even ones that are thinking of making the move but feel stuck.
Entry is FREE but spaces are limited, please make sure to RSVP.
About Emma Shoesmith (The Curious & Co.)
Resident Emma Shoesmith is a brand stylist and content creator whose mission is to help conscious female creators rise and thrive in business through her branding, consulting and content services. After being freelance for 3 years she realised the importance of female collaboration and problem sharing. She has since made a promise to help other women in business by offering inspiring events and creative workshops with her pop up feel good studio The Curious & Co.
About Megan Adams (Re:Store)
Megan is our newest resident and founder and owner of Re:Store, a refill shop that has just opened in Hackney Downs Studios, giving customers the opportunity to shop without single use packaging. There were only two zero waste stores in London at the time and after visiting them and speaking to the owners she was inspired to open her own. Megan worked on her business plan over the summer and left her corporate job in November after confirming the space here at Hackney Downs Studios.