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You Are Invited: WE Connect Mentor Session With Malla Haridat, Bronx

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Malla Haridat is an entrepreneurship coach/strategist and Founder of Mom and Daughters Inc., and a trainer for youth business-builder programs.

As the founder and CEO of New Designs for Life, Malla is a nationally recognized expert in the specialized field of entrepreneurship education and has trained over 5,000 students. She has traveled extensively throughout the United States working in partnership with companies developing creative solutions for entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs. Her company was awarded the 2005 New York City Small Business Award of theYear and has been featured in publications like The New York Times.

Malla Haridat is one of WE NYC's WE Connect Mentors - successful women who volunteer their time to coach other entrepreneurs on everything from branding to negotiating contracts to raising capital. Every week, Mentors are available for free coaching sessions at Business Solution Centers across the five boroughs.

Date and time

Fri, February 10, 2017
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM EST

Location

NYC Business Solutions Bronx Center
400 East Fordham Road, 7th Floor
Bronx, NY 10458

To register, please visit here. Admission is free.

If you have questions about this WE Connect Mentor session or would like additional information about WE NYC, e-mail wenyc@sbs.nyc.gov or visit here.

 

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