Is the conference for women only?
In Good Company champions all women without attention to race, religion, country of origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, ability, veteran or immigrant status. IGC was founded to create a space for women to come together, share ideas, collect information, and find inspiration for their lives and careers. With this in mind, In Good Company welcomes all individuals who identify as women or mothers to attend the conference.
Who comes to In Good Company?
In Good Company is attended by creatives, digital influencers, entrepreneurs, small business owners, women who are thinking of making the leap to work for themselves, as well as those who work for a wide range of companies and connect to the content of the conference. Women come to In Good Company for advice, inspiration, and to make meaningful connections with other women and entrepreneurs, many whom are also juggling motherhood.
If I’m not a mother or an entrepreneur, can I can still come?
Yes! While In Good Company is focused on the intersection of entrepreneurship and motherhood, the conference is particularly relevant to women working in all creative fields or those currently asking themselves “what’s next?” in their lives and careers.
Can I bring my child to the In Good Company conference?
Babies in arms are welcome to attend In Good Company, and all attendees have access to a private Mother’s Room for nursing, pumping, and taking a quiet break with their child throughout the day. Because In Good Company is an all-day event with a full schedule of panel conversations, keynotes, and a closing cocktail party, the event is not suitable for older children.