CRAVE San Francisco Guide Book

by jenn on September 11, 2009

in Books,Business,Entrepreneurship

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Last night I attended the CRAVE San Francisco Guide book launch party.  I enjoyed seeing so many of my fellow “entreprenesses,” as the amazing CRAVE founder Melody Biringer calls us. Melody is an inspiring entrepreness who has built her own CRAVE empire including CRAVEguides in nine cities and CRAVEbusiness – a fresh approach to modern business.

And Melody knows how to throw a party, after all she started CRAVEparty, too.  A fabulous party is not complete without delicious food.  Several of the featured foodies in the book catered the event last night.  The brownies from Batter Bakery (pictured in one of the pages above) were absolutely to die for!  It was like licking the bowl of rich, yummy batter.  Oh, how I wish I pocketed an extra one for the road!  I’ll just have to go visit their shop in the city.

More than 100 women-owned Bay Area businesses (including mine, Artizen Coaching!) grace the pages of this beautifully designed book.  I love that the book also highlights the women entrepreneurs by asking questions like, “What’s was the inspiration behind starting your business?” and “What is your indulgence?”  If you want to get to know some super inspiring women and learn about the hippest shops in the city, order your copy below.

CRAVE San Francisco Bay Area: The Urban Girl’s Manifesto, Second Edition by Melody Biringer, 237 pages, full-color

$19.95 plus tax (I’ll cover First Class shipping to orders in the U.S.)


{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Rebecca September 14, 2009 at 12:44 pm

Congrats! I look forward to seeing it!

kelly September 22, 2009 at 6:26 am

jenn….running to get ready, but didn’t have time to find your email.
i just wanted to stop by to say thanks a bunch for stopping at my table
it was such a gift meeting you. it is funny. i sat there thinking, i know i know
her – and then today i hopped over to wish studio [ a blog i am just remembering to go to, new to me] and there you were.

please keep in touch. loving all the things you touch.

peace.
kelly

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