HW Pick: Join Shark Damon John For An Exclusive Opportunity

daymond-john-net-worthPlease join FranNet of Hudson Valley, the NY State Small Business Development Center and friends on May 14th, for an insightful look into business ownership!

We’ve brought together some of today’s top business ownership minds, to offer this unique, and exclusive opportunity. 

Headlined by Daymond John, founder of the FUBU clothing line and popular star of the hit business show, “Shark Tank,” FranNet, along with Express Employment Professionals and Guidant Financial, proudly presents EntrepreneuRevolution: Now! The simulcast event will be held Thursday, May 14th at 6:00 pm at Fordham University/Westchester.

This one-of-a-kind event promises exceptional advice with refreshing perspectives on business ownership. To reserve your seat, please CLICK HERE and register today. While registering, click on WESTCHESTER, NY to hold your spot for the EntrepreneuRevolution: Now! If you can’t make the May 14th event, click the, “My city not listed” option to receive instructions on how to remain part of the revolution.

Daymond John will discuss not only the opportunities and obstacles he overcame, but also the risks he took to become an entrepreneurial icon in the fashion industry. You’ll also indulge in insights from executives with FranNet, Express Employment Professionals andGuidant Financial on how to identify the right business opportunity as well as new ways to consider financing your business dreams.

FranNet will be hosting this free EntrepreneuRevolution: Now! simulcast event locally at 6:00 p.m., Thursday, May 14th. Light fare and beverages will be served!

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Fordham University/Westchester, 400 Westchester Ave. – Room 230, West Harrison, NY 10604,

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