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Be More Babes is a member of the Female Founders Collective. FFC is founded by rebecca minkoff + is a network of businesses led by women, supporting women. their mission is to enable and empower female owned and led businesses to positively impact our communities, both socially and economically.

You can learn more about the Female Founders Collective here, or follow them on instagram at @femalefoundercollective.

hopezillla cometh

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our first podcast!

I was on a podcast on May 30th with Todd Collins of - @toddcollinsofficial - talking about female friendship, social media, entrepreneurship, working with your spouse, owning a business, and in between all of that you can catch my anxiety laugh and so much more!
I was really nervous about putting myself out there on such a personal level; but I really feel like this was a great bouncing board for more really awesome opportunities!

If you do take the time out to listen, I would love it if you gave me some feedback!!! If you like what you heard and want to do a podcast with Bmore Babes, hit us up here

 listen below


Bmore lifestyle tv

my first tv appearance ever!!!

My very first TV appearance πŸ“Ί ever was filmed on Monday for @bmorelifestyletv and omg was I nervous as ever πŸ™ˆ. It took a lot of courage for me to go there, put myself out there, with this thing that I've been working on and towards for so long. What if people don't like me? What if I stutter and have a panic attack? What if I have deodorant on my shirt? What if I say the wrong date of our event?!?!?? πŸŒ€
the. nerves. were. real. Josh was the most amazing ever. ❀️ He cried. He smiled. He held my hand. All morning he kept saying over and over again how excited he was to "get to be me" and to take my picture πŸ“Έ and to get to be my cheerleader. He was so excited the whole entire time. He hyped me up and cheered me on and celebrated me and god, I'm just the luckiest gal in the world. ☺️
I've been craving a #Girlboss community in Baltimore for years and to finally have one, and to be spearheading it is just surreal. 
A close friend sent me this text before I went on:
"...and nerves are totally ok. It means you’re taking this shit seriously. So take it as a sign that you know the value of where you are and the opportunity this is. You are there bc you deserve it, you earned it and you belong there." 😭❀️✨ ya know what. I DO DESERVE IT!!!!!
When you succeed, you notice who is clapping, πŸ‘πŸ» and who isn't. But man- this has been THE MOST rewarding experience ever. To everyone who sent me a message and said you were proud of me - thank you. πŸ’– It means so much more than you'll ever know. To all the bad ass Bmore Babes I have met over the last 6 months, thank you for inspiring me, and further reinstating everyday that #bmorebabes has a place in this city. I love y'all. ✨

Watch my full interview here. πŸ’–πŸ“²

Baltimore Lifestyle TV Episode: Bmore Bossy

Mother Muse: Successful Wom*n Series

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Hope Seidl is a Baltimore native and embodiment of the Bmore Babe (not only because she is founder of @bmorebabes, a community for women in Baltimore). Hope is co-founder of BBQ restaurant, Smoke, in Cockeysville, MD, founder of Bmore Babes, and social guru! Her one true love is her restaurant, but in only nine months, Hope has managed to create and run a popular community for women, with 3k followers on Instagram, events, and emense inspiration for the woman with ambition. We sat with Hope in a comfy booth with our nitro iced coffee on a cloudy afternoon at R. House in Baltimore, where we talked all things business, inspiration and authenticity.