Austin Woman magazine was founded in 2002 with the vision to uplift and cultivate our community of inspiring women. As we enter into 2021, it feels ever more fitting to celebrate the work of women who are building the world we want to live in. Women who are challenging outdated structures, envisioning new models, and laying the foundations for an inclusive, authentically expressed and innovative city.
We are proud to present for the 6th year in a row the Woman’s Way Business Awards as an opportunity to pause and recognize and promote these women and their successes off the pages of the magazine. Categories spread across a wide variety of industries for women who are makers, shakers, and disruptors. Winners are chosen by a selection committee composed of local women business owners and community leaders. To date, the Woman’s Way Business Awards are Austin’s only awards exclusively for women-owned and women-led businesses.
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Swag bags sponsors: AFIA Foods, atxGals, Austin Eastciders, Beauty and the Mess, Benold’s Jewelers, CareFor, City of Austin Small Business Program, H-E-B, Heal In Comfort, Integrated Financial Planning Center, LBJ Library, Lisa J Makeup, Mediators and Arbitrators of America, Novita Spa & Medical Rejuvenation Center, Re-3D Inc., Restart CBD, Smokey Denmark, Tiff’s Treats, Tru-Skin Dermatology, Twang-a-rita, Twin Liquors, Uncle Ray’s Peanut Brittle, Urban Betty, Waterloo Sparking Water, WP Engine
Live giveaway sponsors: AFIA Foods, Bola Pizza, Brazen, Cater to Mom, Dripping Springs Distillery, Kendra Scott, Lisa J Makeup, Novita Spa & Medical Rejuvenation Center, Restart CBD, Robin Emmerich, Skin Science Soul, SUSTO, Tiff’s Treats, Twin Liquors & Urban Betty
“Businesses led by women continue to drive our economy in Austin and throughout the country. Our sole mission as an organization is to support women, and we’re looking forward to our fifth year of celebrating the valuable contributions of the many inspirational women in the Austin business community.”
– Melinda Garvey, founder of Austin Woman magazine