In case you missed it, today is International Women’s Day! We are taking time to celebrate achievements made by women – and what better way to do that than by supporting women-owned businesses in our Grand Rapids community?
As real estate agents, we love being able to explore Grand Rapids to meet, connect, and build relationships with local businesses that keep our community strong. In honor of International Women’s Day, we’ve put together a list of a few local women-owned businesses in GR you can support today – and every day!
Did you know that there are over 16,000 female business owners in the Grand Rapids-Kentwood area? That makes up about 36.2% of all business owners in the area! (According to Self Financial). Click on the logos below to visit each women-owned business!
Edith Hilliard, Alba Rose Studio (coming May 2022!) Handcrafted and unique items celebrate the functionality of art in the home. Curated and crafted locally in our studio, our pieces are sure to make you feel right at home. If you need a special personalized touch, please contact our studio for commissions.
Amie Krenz, Adrenaline Screenworks We are a woman and veteran-owned custom apparel and promotional product provider. We specialize in screenprinting, embroidery, and branded swag items. If there’s something you want branded, we do it! It’s our commitment to helping our customers express what fuels their lifestyle and passion. Your ideas come to life! That’s our goal!
Charity Townsend, The Social Suite & Rental is a fully furnished rental suite, available for small, intimate events with lots of amenity options. Our space can meet the many needs of both the community for their personal, family-friendly events or the professional for the world of business.
Katie Creekmore, Tiptop Cleaning Service is a local women-owned and operated small business, serving our Residential and Commercial customers in West Michigan and surrounding areas.
Women have been leveling the playing field since the early 1900s, and there ain’t no stopping us now! Today isn’t only a day to celebrate and honor women’s achievements, it’s also a day to acknowledge the progress we’ve made and call for changes that prevent women from an equal playing field worldwide.