This past week I had the opportunity to visit Dallas, Texas for the very first Boutique Summit hosted by the Boutique Hub. Let me just say, this was an awesome event to attend.
Let me take a few steps back and give you a little background of what’s been going on with me. About a year ago I started my own business, The Roaming Coyote. I sell women’s clothing and accessories. It has been a learning curve in all aspects. I have had highs and I have had many many lows. I have spent countless hours working and praying. There’s no book to tell you the right way to tackle this industry.
I came across the Boutique Hub while scrolling through my Instagram feed. I followed them for awhile and the engagement was mutual. They eventually launched their website and I was intrigued enough to go check it out. I can’t even begin to explain how happy and relieved I was to find this group. Not only do they have endless information on how-to’s and basic questions that sometimes seem so difficult when you’re starting out, but they also have multiple groups you can join on Facebook that have hundreds of other like-minded business owners to help each other.
So moving forward again… I get to go to their first ever summit at the Dallas Market Center (also my first time to visit DMC) and meet all of these ladies that have been my virtual friends for the past few months. It was so neat to put these people in a room together just to collaborate and build better businesses.
All in all, I am so grateful for the experience, the knowledge, and the friendships I have gained by attending this amazing event! Pictures below just for fun 🙂
Some of the ladies pictured above with links to their Insta’s (because I’m an Insta freak)!
Randa Carrabba – Owner of Southern Jewlz
Ashley Alderson – Owner of the Boutique Hub
Alyson Bartel – Owner of Thunderbird Collective
Jessie Jarvis – Content Manager for the Boutique Hub
Janzen Jackson – Denim and Velvet, Rodeo Vogue
Hannah Hogner – Author of Living In Grace And Style