70+ Women Business Owners and Entrepreneurs to Support in and Around Denver

Photography by Adrienne Thomas

At 303 Magazine, we strive to support small businesses with a focus on the local, independent economy. We believe through the lens of people who continually contribute to the Mile High City’s evolution, readers will learn to love Denver just as much as we do. Today marks International Women’s Day. To celebrate, we compiled a woman-owned business directory to help share those who deserve to be seen.

This year’s theme is “equality today for a sustainable tomorrow.” Take a look at these femme-presenting individuals who are leaving their mark on the city and beyond.

Please note this is in no way definitive. This list will be updated periodically. If you’d like a business to be considered, comment below.

Restaurants, Food and Beverage

Future Foods founder Mandy Wolz. Photo by Adrienne Thomas.
READ: 90+ Woman Owned and Operated Food & Beverage Businesses in Colorado

Cultural Organizations & Non-Profits

Curls on the Block. Photo by Meg O’Neill.

Retail, Services, etc.

Kate Maller Jewelry. Photo by Giacomo Di Franco.

Health, Wellness & Beauty

Big Body Yoga. Photo by Kyle Cooper.

Arts, Entertainment & Creative Services

Charlie Billingsley with her aunt and fellow artist Von Ross. Photo by Adrienne Thomas.

Miscellaneous Services

Photo courtesy of Inclusive Journeys.

  1. Hello. Could you please add Vicky Collins and Bucket List Community Cafe to your list of Arts, Entertainment and Creative Services Entrepreneurs. Bucket List Community Cafe is North Denver’s online hub for information, inspiration and interaction. We’re happy to speak to you about the work we are doing. Thank you so much.

  2. Thank you for compiling this! What a wonderful list! Would love to see Hillary Hilliard on the list! She has founded three wellness schools in Denver – Herbalism Roots, Denver Integrative Massage, and the School of Botanical and Medical Aesthetics. She’s quite the force and inspiration.

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