CREATE is a movement of women that own who they are and empower each other to reach their full potential.

Who 'Run the World'?

As a media company we aim to leverage culture, tech, self-care, and the intersection thereof to support women as the emerging face of innovation and leadership. Women bring a special kind of something to the table and we believe it's imperative, especially today, that we honor this and not check it at the door to please the status quo.

CREATE's offline/online approach bring women across the globe together in a local way. With local events in Los Angeles, and on the heels of events in NY and SF, CREATE attendees are global-minded and entrepreneurially-fueled. Local events allow women to connect in person  - creating friendships, finding business connections, and creating an ecosystem that supports their growth personally and professionally. 

A brief history...

CREATE launched in LA in September 2015 as a series of cocktail mixers at upscale venues such as W Hollywood, PUMP in West Hollywood, and the rooftop of SIXTY Beverly Hills. In November 2015 we hosted our first Leadership Conference partnering with Women MBA LA, followed by a second conference June 2016 in partnership with General Assembly, CAA, and MakerCity LA. As the vision expands, new programming and cities are emerging. Stay tuned! Subscribe to our newsletter below, to stay in the loop.

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Cocktails Mixers feat. Prominent Leaders

Cocktail mixers enable women to connect in a compelling and fun setting. Each mixer has a theme and features prominent leaders in the business and tech community. Past speakers include executives from CAA, Makers Studio, Atom Factory, Enplug, and Women's Venture Capital Fund. 

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Semi-Annual Conferences

Semi-annual conferences allow creative talks, brainstorming, and fun to collide in a transformational experience. Conference programming inspires women in their entrepreneurial pursuits while providing the information and networking required to be successful. Past keynotes include business moguls, Russell Simmons and Jillian Manus. 

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