a pop-up conference for creatives and entrepreneurs.

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#WORK has been designed as a space to share resources, new ideas and approaches to creative and entrepreneurial work. The event's panels, workshops and speaker sessions explore personal and professional development, marketing, business management and entrepreneurship.


Meet the Producers

#bbatx exists to build educated and empowered creative communities at the intersections of sisterhood and space. Through event series, showcases and personal/professional development programs, we amplify and connect women-identifying artists, creatives and entrepreneurs. Since we've been in operation, we've provided a platform of visibility, outreach and financial opportunity to 300+ Texas-based women artists, 400+ women-owned businesses and women activists. We were named "Best Bossy Babes" of 2015 by The Austin Chronicle, Tribeza's Top 10 to Watch in 2016 and we were selected by The White House to attend the United State of Women Summit in June 2016.

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Attend #WORK Summer '18

Presented by #bossbabesATX, powered by Texas MSTC and produced by women for women in collaboration with Women Who Code: Austin, the inaugural iteration of #WORK was hosted on Jan. 20, 2018 at The Refinery in Austin, Texas. Sign up to for updates on the next conference and download the Winter '18' #WORKbook.

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We deserve better.

Small business owners, independent creatives and solo-preneurs need resources that speak to their needs. As of 2017, women-owned businesses are growing at twice the speed of businesses owned by men. An increasing number of these entrepreneurs are women of color; many of these businesses are “non-employer,” but overall are responsible for creating 23 million jobs.


We need to start work with the idea that we’re going to learn every day.

— Chanda Kochhar


Our Approach

#bbatx's personal and professional development programming aims to introduce new ideas, prioritize informed decision-making, facilitate employability, enhance our community’s quality of life and contribute to the realization of attendees’ ambitions and aspirations.