Lazy Millennials? Breaking Stereotypes as a Creative Entrepreneur
A panel discussion on creative entrepreneurship and breaking through stereotypes is taking place on November 12 at The Spoke Club.
In the spirit of collective collaboration and knowledge sharing, feel free to send this invite to fellow members of Toronto’s creative young professional community.
The event is on Thursday November 12, 2015. Doors open at 6:45 pm and the Panel begins at 7:00 pm, with a cocktail reception afterward. Come out to The Spoke Club at 600 King St West, Toronto. RSVP Free Here.
Young Blood TO explains that the best and worst part about living in Toronto is the sheer number of people. Young Blood hopes to close the gaps between groups that have developed over time – so film developers, time to mingle with the community managers. Music supervisors, meet the digital strategists. Make new connections and re-connect with old ones at one of our events across Toronto.
Who is the Host?
Young Blood brings together the next generation of young creative professionals for social and networking events across Toronto. Based off of the Young Hollywood events in Los Angeles CA, Young Blood was formed to bring together young professionals working in creative industries in Toronto. Whether you’re at a marketing agency or a production studio, Young Blood helps forge connections for up and coming industry leaders through social events, networking opportunities, industry panels and mentorship sessions aimed at the rising creative workforce.
You can RSVP for free right here.
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