If you’re a female entrepreneur or thinking of owning your own business, this Meet Up is the perfect setting to meet other women in the same boat. This is not a networking group – we’re here to have real conversations and make real connections.
What do we mean by real? Well you know when you walk into a room and feel welcome even when you don’t know anyone? Or when you share experiences with someone and they say “me too!”? How about when you share tough times with someone and they don’t try to give you the advice to fix it but rather - they just get you. This is what happens at League of Extraordinary Women Meet Ups.
WHERE: WeWork Pyrmont, 100 Harris St Pyrmont, NSW 2009
WHEN: Wednesday, 8th August
TIME: 6.00PM - 8.00PM
Both Tara Ladd and Stacey Hughes from Your One and Only are designers who live and breathe branding.
Coming from an agency background, they've had over 17 years of experience between them working with major brands across the world.
Their long-term plan was always to leave the agency and start up their own gig because their branding passion pulsed through their veins and they wanted to cut the tape and share it with the world. That happened in May 2017 with Tara kicking it off, reeling in Stacey by December due to the high demand.
Over the years, they've gone the hard yards to earn qualifications in Graphic Design, Media Communication, Interactive Digital Media, Contemporary and Fine Arts, and Digital Marketing. They've also undergone courses run by some of the world's best advertisers through AdSchool for Brand Strategy and Development, Art Direction and Copywriting.
Both women are creative to the core and believe in a holistic brand approach. Meaning they want to deliver a service that stems from the foundation of good strategy, paired with high-end design and tone of voice, right through to the way the brand is delivered to market.
The two of them have big crazy and witty personalities full of ideas and laughter. They stand true to what they believe in, stay real in their execution and are driven to help other women succeed in business.
If you’ve never been to a League event, there’s a reason why we don’t use the “N” word and we use the word “connecting” and that’s because of the negative connotation of soliciting, selling and business card swapping. Bleh, no one wants to go to an event to talk to someone for 20 minutes only to realise you’re being sucked into buying some powdered thickshakes. We are here to connect authentically and honestly – share stories and experiences, learn from each other and respect each other. Magical things WILL happen and people will seek you out to buy from you when you work from an honest heartspace.