WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — The Women’s Business Council of Texas hosts monthly meetings where women-led businesses can provide advice, strategies and learn new business expertise.
Thursday, September 14, 2023 They were able to introduce their business and expand into new markets. “Most of our female members are women and don’t necessarily have a physical store. So this gives us a way to reach a different audience and offer something different to our customers, for example,” Zoe says. Bell Kanapau said. All kinds of business were held at the fair. It also included a juice bar, spicy candy, a research clinic, an author, a bracelet maker, and more. Budding author Zoe Bell Kanapaugh used the event to promote her books and other knick-knacks for sale.
“The most important thing for me is that since I published the book, I’ve started seeing a lot of content. They might not want to buy something yet, so they can send my business card to me. Once they receive it and I speak to them directly, they start reading it online,” Bell Kanapeau said. “It’s really amazing. Even if it’s just one person’s life, to get this exposure is amazing exposure for me and I’m really grateful,” Belle Canapeau said. Currently, her books are not prominent in Wichita Falls, but she hopes that by hosting events she can grow her self-published book collection. Zoe is a young entrepreneur, but she’s not the only young businesswoman. Two girls who are still in elementary school participated in the bracelet sales. Sister Adams has been in business for four weeks, but she already knows this is what she wants to do long-term. In their short tenure, they say the biggest thing they’ve learned is to be prepared.