As a women-owned business, we’re always proud to support achievements by women. This month we talk about two organizations that support women in business, women creators who are at the top of their game and innovation targeting women’s needs. Let’s bring on the girl power!
- Jess and Nancy
There’s no shortage of consumer demand for beauty innovation from women and brands continue to answer the call.
September was filled with some exciting beauty launches. Lancome, Addiction Tokyo and Orveda all launched products at Fall Fashion Week. We are lucky enough to have launched and continue to work with one of the most innovative skincare companies. Hydrinity Accelerated Skin Science celebrates its first-year anniversary with explosive growth and two new products. Recently launching Eye Renew Complex and Vivid Brightening Serum, we’re proud to be the marketing partner for such an innovative brand and can’t wait to see what they develop next.
We are proud to be fully women-owned and proud to be WBENC certified, a strict process which validates the ownership. This certification is the standard for companies to meet their minority quotas when searching for partners to work with. WBENC brings together inspiring women entrepreneurs to collaborate, learn and grow their businesses. Want to find out how you can support women-owned businesses? Click below.
CEW, Cosmetic Executive Women, just announced the finalists for the 2023 beauty awards.
Imagine sitting at the CEW Beauty Awards Luncheon while your new product wins a coveted CEW Beauty Award. Didn’t make the cut? Get ready to submit for 2024 in the spring. But, you can still enjoy the CEW awards luncheon on Nov. 7. You get to network with 1,000 beauty insiders, enjoy a meal and walk away with a beauty-filled gift bag valued at $800+. Who knows. Maybe you’ll get the inside scoop on what the voters are looking for in 2024. Get your tickets now before it sells out.
Who’s killing it on social? Forbes just released their top 50 creators. The list isn’t that surprising with top women in beauty Huda Kattan, Mikayla Nogueira and Alix Earle making the cut. Click below to see the full list.
Q:How are women-run podcasts helping reverse the stigma around female sexual health being too taboo of a topic for the media?
A: More and more sexual health and wellness podcasts hosted by women are dominating streaming platforms like Spotify and Apple Music. I don’t think it’s the statistics and facts drawing listeners in, but instead the honest and open conversations being held by some of the world’s most powerful female figures in healthcare, business, education and more. Regardless of the profession of the host, they tend to rely heavily on humor and personal stories to connect with their listeners. They do not set limits on what topics they talk about or which fan questions they answer on air, but rather use their platforms to speak up about sexual health topics that we traditionally aren’t supposed to speak publicly about. I believe these open conversations will start to be more and more encouraged in everyday life and in the media as these podcasts gain more popularity.
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