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Connections: Upcoming Events for April 2014

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Spring has finally sprung and it is time for runners to lace up the shoes and run OUTSIDE (when it is not raining)! In addition to all of the business events, the City of Brotherly Love is gearing up for the 35th Annual Broad Street Run on Sunday, May 4th. An expected crowd of 40,000 local and international attendees will be out and about for the large group of 25,000 runners on Broad Street. Let's get ready to run our businesses with the following cost-effective networking events!

Monday, March 31st, 2014 6:00pm - 8:30pm - "What is your vision" for 2014 “In order to develop a positive action we must develop here a positive vision.”—Dalai Lama. The workshop begins with a short presentation in which you’ll learn WHY these poster-sized collages are essential to goal setting and their basis in the science and neurology of the brain, not just art making. Register @ http://whatsyourvisionphilly.eventbrite.com

Thursday, April 3rd 6pm- 8pm - LLC's for Startups At Benjamin's Desk, 1701 Walnut St, 7th Floor
Attend this workshop to learn if you should you choose an LLC for your startup? How do LLCs differ from corporations? This workshop features an expert panel including startup attorneys - Neil Cooper of Royer Cooper Cohen & Braunfeld, Geoff Weber of Weber Law LLC and startup accountant Andrew Malone of Fesnak & Associates. Reception to follow. RSVP @ http://drexel-elc.ticketleap.com/llc/

Monday, April 14th, 2014 6:30 - 8:30pm Calling All Female Entrepreneurs Cohort 4 - This series is designed to inform and educate entrepreneurs on real life issues that directly affect their success. The three major components are: an Accounting System, a Marketing/Networking System and great personal Credit. The hosts, Tara Colquitt and Nicole Newman, have been working together for years and successfully growing businesses with systems to allow the owners to manage their time. Time Management is an essential skill in business and another layer of new responsibilities (marketing, accounting, making product/service, staff ) have been added to the already busy lifestyle. The Series consists of three classes and 1 networking event. RSVP @ http://callingallentrepreneurs2.eventbrite.com

Tuesday, April 22nd 9:30am - 11:30am The Out of School Time Resource Center presents Challenged Youth: Risks, Traumas, and Special Needs at the United Way of Southeastern Pa. The OSTRC's monthly Peer Networking Meetings provide OST staff with an opportunity to share resources, develop new professional relationships, and use these experiences to enhance their programs. Attending PNMs can also count toward formal training credit hours. Register @ https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Apr22PNM

Tuesday, April 22nd 6:30pm - 8:30pm Trademark Basics Event at the Central Library
Craig Morris will cover the following topics:
How trademarks, copyrights, patents, domain names, and business name registrations all differ
Why it’s important for any new business to select a trademark that will be both federally registrable and legally protectable, highlighting factors critical when choosing a mark
The Trademarks event is presented by the Managing Attorney for Trademark Outreach -U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and is sponsored by Entrepreneur Works RSVP @ https://trademarkbasicsfree.eventbrite.com for this FREE event.

Monday, April 28th, 6:00pm - 8:00pm Taste of Success is Entrepreneur Works' annual cook-off/bake-off contest, networking event, cocktail party, and best opportunity to connect with our clients - as well as more than 120 other attendees - over tasty treats! This year's theme is "Daringly Delicious" – reflecting our commitment to supporting enterprising but underserved small business owners as they embark upon exciting and often challenging entrepreneurial journeys. These courageous entrepreneurs take bold action and make tough decisions as they start and grow their businesses! RSVP @ http://entrepreneurworks.ticketleap.com/tasteofsuccess2014/

Save the Date:

Tuesday, May 6th, 2014 6:00-8:00 p.m How to start a Twitter Revolution Learn how you can use Twitter to:

Save your family in the case of an emergency
Send prayers to the Western Wall
Short the correct stocks in your investment portfolio
Monetize your small business
Get fantastic customer service
This presentation will take place in Room 108 (just past the Home Page Café). The event is free, but registration is requested: https://twitter-revolution.eventbrite.com

Tuesday, May 13th, 2014 6:30-8:30 p.m "Linkedin 102: I have a business profile, now what?"
The objectives of the class are as follows:

  • Make effective connections
  • Utilize groups
  • Cost-effectively grow your contact list

A 39.00 investment to save numerous hours of your valuable time Hosted by: Nicole Newman, president/CEO of Newman Networks who is in the Top 1% of viewed profiles on www.linkedin.com with over 3,000+ connections. RSVP @ http://linkedin2014.eventbrite.com and see the amazing space at ImpactHUB

For more information: subscribe to the Newman Networks Newsletter, follow Newman Networks on Facebook and see all of our upcoming events at http://newmannetworks.eventbrite.com

Happy Running!

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