Boss Talks: Highlighting African American Entrepreneurs Impacting Our Community

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Boss Talks: Highlighting African American Entrepreneurs Impacting Our Community

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NExT Philadelphia Presents: Boss Talks – View from the C-Suite: Highlighting African-American Entrepreneurs Impacting our Community COST: $10 Members and $20 Non Members*. Members will receive a special discount code that entitles you to 1 discount ticket. Please note if you register as a member and are not a FINANCIAL member you will be contacted regarding the balanced owed. Onsite sales are not permitted. Register: ***Donation includes a beer and wine cocktail reception and the NExT Philadelphia Scholarship Donation to the Urban League of Philadelphia. This Black History Month Edition of Boss Talks features entrepreneurs under the age of 44 that are major influencers and agents of change in the community. The goal of the event is to bring awareness to the incredible work they're doing as well to empower our members and guest through exposure to their stories, expertise and knowledge. We are also raising money to benefit the NExT Philadelphia scholarship fund for the benefit of high school students. Panelists Reuben Canada - Founder & CEO, Jinja - Brigitte Daniel - Founder & CEO, Mogulette - Natalie Dean - Founder, Whine & Cheese - Christopher Gray "The Million Dollar Scholar" - Founder & CEO, Scholly - & Eric Roberson – Grammy Nominated Singer, Songwrite and Producer - A special thank you to our sponsors: Ernst & Young Comcast WHEN: Wednesday, February 18, 2015, 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm WHERE: 1701 JFK Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19103 Space is extremely limited for this event and RSVP is mandatory, register today. Please allow sufficient time to register with building security.

By: NExT Philadelphia: The Network of Extraordinary Talent

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