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Imagine an opportunity for professional development and connection with other women that doesn’t cost a fortune. Good Company is a one-month commitment to learn and grow alongside other driven women in Oklahoma City. Participants get life-changing feedback about professional challenges and invest in relationships that grow them personally and professionally.

Good Company participants meet for two hours a week four weeks in a row. Additional opportunities to get together with your Good Company cohort as well as other Good Company alums are provided throughout the year. Cost to participate is $500. Treasury members are free.

Here’s what people are saying:

Jenni Duncan, owner/founder of Cafe Evoke and J. Duncan Co

What did you gain from participating in Good Company?

So much!! Every session, whether it was my own questions being asked or listening to what others were struggling with, I took something away that I could apply in my business. I also gained a clarity of my own business and what areas I need to focus on.  

Would you say the group is worth the time/money investment?

Yes, Hannah did an amazing job of curating a group of like minded small business owners and every session was rich with applicable business information. Not to mention the amazing new friendships that were made. These are woman that support and encourage each other and a group I am very grateful to be a part of.

Emily Hart, owner/founder of Emily Hart Photography & Nina & B Workshops

What did you gain from participating in Good Company?

I gained so much perspective and insight. I learned there are things I had never even thought of relating to my business and I have a new perspective on what is possible and attainable. The insight into other industries/businesses has helped me change my mindset from limited to expansive. I realize I'd been held back by my thoughts about what is possible.

Would you say the group is worth the time/money investment?

Yes, and then some! It's been valuable in so many ways and I'm incredibly thankful I jumped in!

Lauren Palmer, co-owner of The Wild Mother & co-founder of The Conversation

What did you gain from participating in Good Company?

The friendships and network opportunities that Good Company facilitated are invaluable. I walked away from our regular sessions feeling encouraged, challenged, and supported by other business women who related and/or empathized to my business’s unique pain-points and celebrated its growth. If you’ve been looking for a safe place grow and connect with other business owners, I highly recommend Good Company.

Emily Smart, co-founder of Toast Design

What, if anything, did you gain from participating in Good Company?

Networking/building connections with individuals outside of my industry, with a range of expertise and experience was AMAZING. Sometimes I get in a rut of just meeting with other creatives, and this group gave me a fresh perspective on challenges I was approaching from a very narrow point of view.
Would you say the group is worth the time/money investment?

Yes — but I would say that being in a transitional period with our business, I probably would have been a little hesitant towards the financial commitment. Being able to attend as a Treasury member showed me the value of a group like this, and I think I’m a lot more likely to spend money on experiences like this in the future.

Carly Moratto, co-owner of OK Smartpay

What, if anything, did you gain from participating in Good Company?

I gained a sense of community from the Good Company Group. A group of amazing women that have their own unique challenges as business owners, yet there was such commonality in our struggles that made me feel I wasn’t alone.
Would you say the group is worth the time/money investment?

This group is worth every bit of the time and financial investment. The knowledge and outside perspective I gleaned from these women was so helpful.