Business and Design Forum


Please join us for a conversation with Megan Tamte, Co-Founder/Co-CEO of Evereve and Betsy Vohs, Founder/CEO of Studio BV.  We will explore their exciting journey of building their businesses from the ground up, the challenges they have overcome and the pursuit of stepping into the unknown to fulfill their passion.

We will also take a tour of Evereve’s new headquarters space – design and architecture by Studio BV.

The design is focused on putting people first while emphasizing the culture of the company in a warm, soulful space.

An industrial, warehouse-like environment will be achieved by opening up the ceiling and removing the interior walls. This light-filled shell will be infused with casual, feminine features throughout. Spaces will be designed to be both collaborative as well as focused.

Opportunities for both team work and heads down focus, will be provided throughout the space in fun, engaging lounge areas as well as cozy, private rooms and spaces. A large cafe and lounge will become the social hub where all teams can gather, work, and create. It will be designed a flexible space for large meetings and workshops.

The creative area will be a showcase – a place where stylists and buyers can explore and play with product in a contemporary workshop environment. The new layout creates a workflow that is intuitive and successful. The ultimate goal for the Evereve Home Office is to create an environment where people are excited to come to work everyday. A space where individual style is accepted and a communal culture is celebrated.

A place that feels like home.

Please notify if you are no longer able to attend this event at least 24 hrs in advance from start of event. No shows that do not notify IIDA within 24 hrs before the event start time will be charged the non-member fee of $40.00.

Please note: audience photographs and/or video may be taken at this event. By nature of your attendance, you are granting permission for your image, voice and likeness to be used for marketing purposes.

Registration for this event is not a tax deductible donation.


Monday, June 3, 2019


5:30-6:00   Registration & Networking
6:00-7:00   Panel Discussion
7:00-7:30   Project Review/Tour



IIDA Members: Free

IIDA Student Members: Free

Non-members: $40

Student Non-members: $40

No shows that do not notify IIDA within 24 hrs before the event start time will be charged the non-member fee of $40.00.






6800 France Ave. S – Suite 700
Edina, MN 55435



Free parking in the flat lot adjacent to the building.

Megan Tamte

Co-Founder/Co-CEO of Evereve

Megan Tamte is the co-founder and CEO of Evereve, a contemporary women’s fashion brand with retail stores nationwide, a thriving e-commerce division and a fast-growing subscription styling box service called Trendsend. Megan runs Evereve with her husband, Mike and together, they have built Evereve into a $100M + business. Prior to starting Evereve, Megan was a third-grade teacher turned stay-at-home mom who always had a love of fashion and entrepreneurship. In 2004, Megan opened her first store, by herself, in Edina, Minnesota and today, Evereve has 86 stores and 1500 employees nationwide. With her two kids in college, Megan is spending more time than ever traveling the country, visiting Evereve stores, meeting with business partners and sharing her journey with aspiring entrepreneurs at women’s leadership conferences.

Betsy Vohs

Founder/CEO of Studio BV

Betsy, is the founder and CEO of Studio BV – a multidisciplinary design studio that focuses on leveraging design to drive change in culture, communities, and action. In just over two years Studio BV has grown to a team of 15 designers and architects and is one of the fastest growing design firms in Minnesota. This growth and business leadership has garnered Betsy as a 2019 Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal Top Women in Business Award. Her diverse portfolio of projects range from commercial office buildings, hospitality design, workplace, design strategy, residential, brand design, fitness facilities, healthcare and planning. She believes that transformational design comes from investigating the places, contexts, and people that will be shaped by the design.

Betsy’s design work was an honoree in Interior Design Magazine’s Best of the Year 2018 awards program. She is a national design critic and has been a juror for many national design awards, including Contract Magazine Global Design Awards in 2017. Her work has been featured in local and national publications and has won multiple design awards, including Contract Magazine’s Inspiration Award that awards design that impacts social change in communities.  Betsy also serves on the Minneapolis YMCA Board of Directors.


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Please note: audience photographs and/or video may be taken at this event. By nature of your attendance, you are granting permission for your image, voice, and likeness to be used for marketing purposes.