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PRE-REGISTRATION HAS ENDED BUT ALL ATTENDEES ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND.
The New York Urban League Young Professionals are proud to host the second annual Starting Your Own Business Forum on Saturday, April 6th (10am-1pm) at Columbia University, Uris Hall, Room 301, 3022 Broadway, New York, NY. Co-Sponsored by Columbia University-Harlem Small Business Development Center (Columbia Business School), the Starting Your Own Business Forum, seeks to empower young professionals and the communities in all 5 boroughs of New York City, through workshops that seek to cultivate economic empowerment for aspiring entrepreneurs.
Event Features Include:
Building Your Business with IncubateNYC (Project & Time Management)
Grab & Go: The Need-To-Know Resources for Entrepreneurs Panel:
Christian Damiba, Director of the Department of Small Business Services' Upper Manhattan and Washington Heights Business Solutions Centers
Leon Ellis, Owner of Chocolat, Moca Lounge, and Harlem Underground Retail Store
Nicole McGarrell, Owner, Sunny Day Marketing
Timothy Gladden, Attorney, Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP
The Elevator Pitch Contest:
The contest winner will receive a $1000 prize as well as complimentary sessions and mentoring with IncubateNYC.
There is no fee for members seeking to compete in the Elevator Pitch Contest. There is a $25 application fee for non-members.
APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3rd !!!
To participate in the Elevator Pitch Contest, please click here to download the application. (Applications are still being accepted until Wednesday, April 3rd at 11:59pm)
For questions or to participate in the Elevator Pitch Contest, please comtact email@example.com.
When & Where
New York Urban League Young Professionals
The New York Urban League Young Professionals (NYULYP) is a unique entity of the New York Urban League designed to serve as an empowerment forum for individuals ages twenty-one to forty that live and work throughout the five boroughs of New York City.
This premier civil rights auxiliary group works to promote and support the mission of the New York Urban League by training the next generation of leaders through volunteer opportunities, personal and professional development and fund development. Founded April 1, 2003, the NYULYP is one of 57 chapters of the National Urban League Young Professionals. This deeply rooted movement serves as a network of young professionals across the country that works to eradicate social and economic inequalities through the local implementation of the National Urban League’s empowerment agenda.