The 2020 Edition of the Female Empowerment Conference, Powered by BLLA and StayBoutique, to Be Held March 8-9 in Downtown Los Angeles

Holding it in the Iconic and Historic Hotel Figueroa, Supports the Theme of the Conference Which is the Enlightened Women of Our Age

USA, Los Angeles, California. February 27, 2020

BLLA and StayBoutique's Female Empowerment Conference is an offline gathering of enlightened women in the travel, boutique and hospitality industries.

Transformed from the (Travel Industry) Executive Women's Conference, BLLA and StayBoutique's Female Empowerment Conference recognizes women internationally who lead in fields related to the boutique lifestyle including hospitality, travel, and tourism. This conference consciously creates a forum for women to support each other and to discuss, debate, and deliberate on issues of importance as it relates to the modern female achiever. As our community grows, we feel it is important to tackle issues that influential women in this industry space must face. We consciously support all avenues to success for our network of femme entrepreneurs and professionals including ownership and management as well as securing investors for their hotel projects and more.

The day begins with a networking breakfast and continues with sessions on money, investment, empowerment, purpose and pioneers and also includes super sessions on branding, the art of the side hustle and lastly, the rise of the global boutique culture. Sessions are held in one room for the duration of the day. Breakfast, lunch, breaks and a reception for VIP ticket holders will be served. There will be an evening cocktail party on March 8th before the full day's conference for attendees to meet and mingle.

Speakers include Helene Henderson, Founder, Malibu Farm, Seija Ojanpera, Founder, The Dwell Hotel, Olivia Young, Founder, Box + Flow, Mary Bartlett, Co-Founder, Future Gin, Amy Atwood, Co-Founder, Future Gin, Jersey Banks, Partner, The Dive Motel and Urban Cowboy, Devon Tarby, Partner, Proprietors LLC, Ashley Wells, Co-Owner, All Time, Remy Allis, Founder, Allis, Tia Graham, Founder, Arrive At Happy, Angela Setters Bessard, Founder & CEO, Conquer Credit Management, Christine Yi, Co-Founder, Potli, Zlata Stanislavovna Sushchik, Founder & CEO, HURO, Annabel Lawee, Founder & CEO, Breeze, Dorian Morris, Founder & CEO, Undefined Beauty, Bianca Monica, Founder, Limone Creative, Diana Bianchini, Founder, Di Moda Public Relations, Jane Lerman, Founder, L.E.R Public Relations, Frances & Ariela Kiradjian, Partners, BLLA and StayBoutique

Applications to attend are still available - please click " Get Tickets " to apply to register for the conference! Sponsorships include multiple tickets. Email info@blla.org to discuss available sponsor packages.

2020 Series This year's theme will be The Enlightened Women of Our Age. We rally women in the travel, hospitality and boutique businesses to evoke contemporary change and support each other as a community.

With this conference series, we have focused around the growing influence of women in these fields. This is the platform where you will be challenged to think differently and champion the cause of inclusivity. We view this conference series as a Women's type of Coffee House or Salon, reserved for bold women with the feminine eye.

Our attendees come to feel empowered, gain the right resources, make strategic interactions, and celebrate the growing movement of modern feminism. We are crusaders and intellectuals coming together with the same goal. Together, let us defy the convention of sameness. Words spark movements, so let us come together and keep the conversation going and growing.

Attendees join fellow professionals in changing the status quo on March 8-9, 2020 in Los Angeles.


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