The most authentic growth occurs organically. Certainly, success requires planning. But ultimately, openness to unfamiliar experiences, a willingness to take risks, and an appetite for exploring possibilities define the experience of entrepreneurship – and lead to more fruitful innovations and connections.
Connected by Joanne Boston of JB Kollaborations, Diana Halog of Filipino Food Lab and Melody Lorenzo of Sweet Condesa became fast friends at last year’s Entrepinays Summit, and have seen their relationship blossom alongside their individual projects – a friendship that’s centered on supporting one another’s meaningful endeavors. Read More
“Glenda was the one who was sending me invites to the Entrepinays Summit throughout the year [in 2018]. And just walking into the space last October, I almost started to cry, because being a Filipina creative in a place like Sac can be lonely, so it was a blessing to discover a place like the Entrepinays Summit. Hearing all the stories being shared, seeing how dope all the Pinays were at this summit, it changed my life.”Read More
We’ve been seeing all the amazing collaborations that Entrepinays have been doing since our inaugural summit, but know there are more out there. As we jump into 2019, we’d love to hear what you’ve been up to since the inaugural Entrepinays Summit in October.
Have you met up with other Entrepinays, shared a meal, collaborated on an event, or more?
Share with us how you’ve connected with other Entrepinays, and we’ll feature you on our social media pages!
Shout out to our Lightning Talk Speaker, Gelaine Tan Santiago, for the amazing blog write up on our event!Read More
Entrepinays 2018 — wow! Thank you for an amazing, inspiration, HERstorical day in San Francisco! We’ll never forget this day, and know this is only the beginning. Thank you sisters for bringing your whole selves to this event.
It’s not over! Join us over at the Facebook page to keep the conversation and community building going!