Catch up on this week’s industry chatter with these click-worthy links:
- Mary Kay’s annual Seminar—all five waves of it—is in full swing, and one of the speakers taking to the main stage is Abi Ferrin, who has partnered with the company in its cause to end domestic violence. The Dallas Morning News spoke to Ferrin, a fashion designer and domestic violence survivor, about her own story and what Mary Kay is doing to support the cause.
- For the first time in its five-year history, Origami Owl is taking its annual convention outside the company’s home state of Arizona. On Thursday, the jewelry seller kicked off its O2 Experience in Chicago. Founder Bella Weems spoke to the Chicago Tribune about the milestone event and Origami Owl’s rapid growth.
- Where does the line between career and family fall for today’s young working women? Cheryl Han, the 33-year-old Co-Founder and CEO of Keaton Row, shared her perspective in a New York Times piece on the increasing number of women planning pauses in their climb up the corporate ladder.
- During Stella & Dot’s annual European conference in London, Founder and CEO Jessica Herrin sat down with The Telegraph to share how the business is helping women change their lives.
- Following Avon’s divestiture of U.K. skincare brand Liz Earle—which the beauty brand sold to Walgreens earlier this month for $215 million—Forbes featured an analysis of Avon’s stock by the team at Trefis.