New York Fashion and Beauty Entrepreneurs’ International Business

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New York Fashion and Beauty Entrepreneurs’ International Business

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An impressive panel of entrepreneurs and business executives will discuss how their businesses started and expanded internationally.
In collaboration with Fashion Institute of Technology’s Jay and Patty Baker School Departments of International Trade and Marketing, Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing, and Entrepreneurship, New York District Export Council, United States Department of Commerce, The Office of Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, and International Women’s Entrepreneurial Challenge on the Occasion of New York Fashion Week.
Arranged by: Dr. Anastasia Xenias and Prof. Melissa Hill, both Senior International Trade Specialist, US Dept. of Commerce and Ms. Nancy Ploeger, Executive Director, International Women’s Entrepreneurial Challenge
Keynote Speaker: Honorable Carolyn Maloney, Representative, 12th District, New York (Pre-taped)
Introduction by: Dean Steven Frumkin, Jay and Patty Baker School of Business & Technology, FIT
Moderator: Prof. Virginia Bonofiglio, Chair, Department of Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing, FIT
Panelists: Ms. Joanne DeMartini, Vice President, Jump Design Group; Mr. Josh Gordon, Founder & CEO, Noyah Cosmetics; Ms. Olga Vidisheva, Founder & CEO, Shoptiques.com; Ms. Karolina Zmarlak, Designer, Karolina Zmarlak.

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School of Business and Technology

Date Created

2017-02-15

Length

1:32:26

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