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During the past couple of years, Sweden and Brooklyn have developed a special relationship. Scandinavian culture and cuisine has influenced Brooklyn and many Swedes consider the New York City borough as a ”cool” place to live and work.
For entrepreneurs, Brooklyn is in many ways a different market compared to Manhattan. The artisanal vibe is evident in the borough, some even go as far as to call it a creative renaissance.
What can we learn from this creative community, and where does its inspiration come from? Join the Entrepreneurs Club on November 18 when we return to the New York City borough for a panel discussion on “The Brooklyn Phenomenon” featuring successful entrepreneurs from various creative industries:
Martin Adolfsson, Advertising and Editorial Photographer
Patricia Ageheim, Owner, Chez Moi
Ingrid Carozzi, Founder & Designer, Tin Can Studios
Date: November 18, 2014
Time: 6:30 - 9:00 pm
Location: Chez Moi, 135 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, New York
Fee: $30 for members, $40 for non-members to be paid online, by check or any major credit card prior to the event.
RSVP: No later than November 17 at www.saccny.org
Please note that no cancellations are accepted after noon November 17
Tel: +1 212 838 5530 • E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2014 Entrepreneurs Club series is generously sponsored by Nixon Peabody