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Entrepreneurship Master Class: Winning With Nicole Valentine

Thursday, March 23, 2017 | 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

    Location
  • The Beverly Daniel Tatum Suites, Room 210

Hosted by Spelman College's Department of Art and Art History

Nicole Valentine at SpelmanValentine is a highly sought after business strategist who brings innovation, insight, and business growth acumen to entrepreneurs and executives through her New York-based management consultancy, Synergy Business Development.

For over 15 years, Valentine has been invested in the game of growth. Today, she advises CEOs and Innovation Leads at Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, start-ups and non-profits through game-changing deals using the Synergy Method, a proprietary business development system created by her company. Her combined expertise as an attorney specializing in global mergers & acquisitions and as a growth strategist for startups has uniquely positioned her to create the best in class business strategy app, Winly, available on iPad and iPhone. 

During the entrepreneurship session at Spelman, Valentine will lead a discussion on the "The Art of Business." All artists, creatives and outside the box thinkers are invited to join a session where you will discover and unlock your inner boss and learn how to get to your business breakthrough.

The experience will be filled with inspirational success stories and business failures you can learn from so you can grow your business. Best practices in the industries of art, design, fashion, media, television and entertainment will be shared and you will leave with business playbooks you can use as you take the journey from college to your next chapter.

What to Expect:

1. Dream It: Tap into your vision
2. Build It: Create a foundation for your creativity
3. Grow It: Use playbooks to keep you in growth mode
4. Win It: Be a deal maker, an impact player and a legacy builder

This event is open to the public. Light refreshments will be served after the presentation.

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