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While the month of March is dedicated to showcasing the achievements of women past and present, these female entrepreneurs (compiled by Thrillist) show us that building an equitable society for all requires tapping into the collaborative spirit of community every day.
It takes a lot to run a business and when you’re a woman, it arguably takes more.
From homespun earthenware and high-fashion streetwear to perfectly shaped brows and craft beer, it’s clear that talent runs aplenty in this town.
New York City is home to a plethora of women-owned businesses worthy of your wallet – here are some of Time Out New York‘s favorites.
NYC & Company, the official destination marketing organization and convention and visitors bureau for the five boroughs of New York City, encourages New Yorkers and visitors to support women-owned and women-operated businesses including hotels, restaurants, and shops and to explore countless cultural offerings and sites of historical significance all year-round, with an “NYC-cation” in the five boroughs.
The Columbus Amsterdam BID and nearly 30 other business improvement districts (BIDs), neighborhood associations, and merchants’ groups from New York City’s five boroughs came together in March to honor Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day.
Their focus was women-owned small businesses in the city, which have been particularly hard hit during the pandemic.
The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership rounded up a list of women-owned businesses across a variety of sectors in their district to support.
Celebrating some of Staten Island’s women-owned businesses in the Staten Island Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Staten Island, and within our Small Business Resource Network.
The East Village is home to many independent women-owned businesses.
Support East Village women by shopping online or in-person all year round and by following them on social media!
As a woman-owned business, The Mixx wanted to celebrate Women’s History Month by highlighting some amazing small, women-owned businesses.
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Though International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month have passed, every day is a time to honor and recognize women and their incredible contributions to history.
Show your support by checking out some inspiring women-owned businesses across NYC compiled by Secret NYC.