Today, I purchased my ticket to the 2015 Martha Stewart American Made Summit, set for Saturday, November 7, in New York City. If you have not purchased your ticket, you can do so here … and save $50 if you share the event on Facebook as you register. (I did!) Whether or not you are attending the event, you can join me for brunch on Sunday, November 8 — for free. I will tell you how in a minute. (If you already know the details and just want to register now, click here.)
The Martha Stewart American Made Summit
The Martha Stewart American Made Summit complements the Martha Stewart American Made Contest where many Indie Business Network members compete annually. Here are some of our members who were finalists last year. I love what the Martha Stewart brand is doing to encourage and promote Makers and Creative Entrepreneurs throughout North America, and I'm excited to participate for the first time this year.
The 2015 American Made Summit will encourage the success of Makers across the country, including the focus cities of New York and Detroit. The agenda includes:
1. Marketing and Branding Success Stories
2. Buzz-worthy Breakthroughs Using Social Media
3. Presentations and Ask the Expert Panels
The event will take place on Saturday, November 7 at Martha Stewart's headquarters at 601 West 26th Street in New York City.
Free Sunday Brunch with Me!
Because I'll want to take the time to put what I learn to good use with other Makers and Creative Entrepreneurs while I'm in New York City, will host an intimate Indie Business Brunch on Sunday, November 8. Space is limited.
To reserve your spot, we require a $50 deposit, which will be refunded on site when you attend.
You can request a full refund up until October 10. The deposit is not refundable after October 10.
The brunch will be on Sunday morning, November 8, at approximately 10am. (And who knows what mischief we can get int after that?) Alcohol beverages are not included (but you can buy your own)! You must pay the refundable deposit *and* register to attend the brunch.
See you there!
Are you going to the 2015 Martha Stewart American Made Summit? What are you most looking forward to? Oh! And what's your favorite brunch spot in New York City brunch spot!? Please share your thoughts and feedback in the comments below, or share on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.