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As Seen On Shark Tank Entrepreneur Hosts 1st Annual Entrepreneurial Expose’
Business Phenom, Lydia Evans, CEO of SW&G® Essentials and other notable guests to Inspire and Advise on the Fundamentals of Achieving Success
Sunday, November 13, 2016; The Health Museum, 1515 Herman Drive, Houston, TX: The 18 months following Lydia Evans’ first appearance on the hit show “Shark Tank” has catapulted her onto a platform of success for her line of Soaps Washes & Grooming Essential products, but not surprising is the demand for her personal brand and the information she has about creating, managing and growing a brand that has been featured in Forbes twice, included in multiple celebrity ‘swag bags,’ celebrity brand collaborations with Cedric the Entertainer and more. With this success is a lot of interest in the woman behind the products and how she has established such remarkable success. Additionally, people want ‘in.’ “I am constantly asked how a person can become part of the SW&G® Essentials brand and I am now open to the idea of creating opportunities for this to happen through our new Brand Ambassador Program” says Evans.
As part of the effort to share what she has learned and create a format for entrepreneurs to connect, Evan’s is hosting the 1st Annual Entrepreneurial Expose’. The event will feature an impressive line-up of speakers including other entrepreneurs Andrea Shrestha, CEO of LuminAID, Stephen Hersh, CEO of Biaggi Luggage and Neil Werner, Houston franchise owner of Cousins Maine Lobster. Other guest speakers include Joy Lacy, Principal Consultant of Joy of Consulting, Carla Lane, CEO of Lane Staffing and Gary Dante, CEO of Suit Mart stores. Attendees will gain insight on building strategic partnerships, starting and running a business, becoming a franchise owner and addressing staffing and other needs.
“My motivation for creating the Entrepreneurial Expose’ is to inspire entrepreneurs to hold onto their dreams. I want to arm them information that will save them a lot of heartache, stress and money as they reach different levels of their business.” Evans said.
The event will also feature a Holiday Shopping Bazaar with exclusive vendors from the health, fashion and beauty industries allowing for great networking opportunities. Goodie Bags, light bites and wine will put the finishing touches on what is proving to be a must attend event.
Tickets start at $79 with a portion of the proceeds benefitting The Rose and JJ’s I’m Me Foundation. For additional details about sponsorship, vendor exhibition or to attend visit www.swagessentials.com