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Wine Down Wednesday Networking & Fireside Chat

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Wine Down Wednesday Networking & Fireside Chat

Time: June 28, 2023 from 4pm to 6:30pm
Location: KNOWN Cowokring
Street: 139 Orange St., 4th Floor
City/Town: New Haven, CT 06511
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Phone: 475-323-9097
Event Type: networking, |, entrepreneurship
Organized By: KNOWN Coworking
Latest Activity: Jun 26, 2023

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Join us for Wine Down Wednesday Networking!

This month’s Fireside Chat featured speaker will be Shawniel Chamanlal, who’s the founder of Healing Springs Wellness as well a graduate from the KNOWNpreneurs Growth Lab. Networking starts at 4:00 and the Fireside Chat will begin at 5:00. The chat will be livestreamed on KNOWN’s Facebook channel.
"The Art of Cultivating Your Collaborative Team for Any Stage of Your Business
It’s important to remember that in order to take your business to the next level and create a bigger impact. You need to create your collaborative team.

Having a collaborative team allows you to do more than what you could do on your own. Elevating your business vision to the next level. We will also talk about how to create a collaborative team even on a shoestring budget and the 3 step manifesting process to attract your collaborative team.
SPONSOR: CLERC -  Providing Full-Service HR & Payroll Solutions for small- and medium-sized businesses. Together, We Can Build a Better & Resilient Workforce

Please consider a donation through PayPal. The proceeds from this event will be dedicated to further highlighting the businesses of BIPOC entrepreneurs at our recurring KNOWN events.

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