You've been to a Bridal Shower, you've played the games at a Baby Shower...
What makes a Boss Bash different?
We aim to do 3 things: Support, Achieve, Thrive
Here are just a few of the activities we've designed to empower your Boss!
The Referral raffle
Never underestimate the power of a personal recommendation.
Know someone who hasn’t yet met your Boss? Feel free to bring a plus one – or plus three! The more the merrier!
Every guest you bring gives you another chance to win in the Referral Raffle – have them note your name on their business card, and drop it into the Raffle! Share the love – the more you support your Boss, the more likely you are to win!
Do you have ideas for your Boss’ new Business Endeavor?
Perhaps its a Marketing Campaign, a Hashtag, or Blog Post idea? Some burning questions you've been dying to get her expert opinion on?
Content Brainstorming is timeconsuming, and sometimes Bosses' can get burned out - be her resource to keep that Boss-ness alive!
Traditionally, glass breaking is a part of several milestones, and symbolizes the breaking down of barriers that existed prior to the occasion. It is also thought that the sound of breaking glass frightens away evil spirits who might spoil the celebration with their mischief.
For women, the term “glass ceiling” is a barrier to advancement in a profession or societal position.
Our Glass Bash incorporates these traditions and symbolizes the Boss' achievement of breaking from norm or expectation. (And there may just be a special gift inside for the Boss!)
When you start a business, the list of things you need can seem overwhelming.
You need a logo, new business cards, a website, a printer! That gift basket also ”needs” to that rose gold pen you’ve been lusting after (for all those important papers you’re going to sign).
You are now the Owner, spokesperson, manager and accountant for your new business... so why not ask for –a social media coach, time with a cpa, or small business attorney?
A Boss Bash is where that can be contributed to you! Why would someone do that, you ask?
“Because You’re Worth it” (thanks L’Oréal!), and you deserve it.