Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) will Host Made-in-LA Event on Thursday, March 8, to Support Youth Entrepreneurship in Los Angeles

Guests will help celebrate the accomplishments of NFTE's talented young entrepreneurs and hear from panelists who will share how their entrepreneurial ventures are "Conquering the World from Los Angeles".

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) will host Made-in-LA event on Thursday, March 8 to support youth entrepreneurship in Los Angeles.

Guests will help celebrate the accomplishments of NFTE's talented young entrepreneurs and hear from panelists who will share how their entrepreneurial ventures are "Conquering the World from Los Angeles".

On March 8, 2018, The Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) Greater Los Angeles will host the 5th annual Made-in-LA event. Made-in-LA showcases leaders from the Los Angeles entrepreneur community whose ventures are "Conquering the World from LA".  The event will feature panel discussion, cocktails, and networking. Panelist's will share their journey of launching their companies to exciting new developments in the Los Angeles entrepreneurial ecosystem. Proceeds benefit NFTE's budding entrepreneurs and education programs in Los Angeles that inspire<strike>s</strike> low-income youth to build critical entrepreneurial skills and create their own futures.

NFTE Greater LA's Made-in-LA event will be held Thursday, March 8 from 7pm10pm at Cross Campus in Santa Monica (929 Colorado Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401).  Panelists on the 2018 Made-in-LA panel include Erik Huberman, CEO and Founder at Hawke Media; Andy Shin, CTO at GOAT; Kalika Yap, CEO and Founder at Citrus Studios; and Mike Farah, CEO at Funny or Die.  Panel will be moderated by Gray Bright, Creator & Host at The Tomorrow Show.  Advance tickets are $50 and benefit NFTE budding entrepreneurs.

For more info, tickets and sponsorship opportunities visit  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/made-in-la-nfte-tickets-42867503858 or email Michelle Kliszewski, Development Director at michellek@nfte.com .

About Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship Greater Los Angeles - NFTE believes that entrepreneurship is a fundamental tool for engaging students in low-income communities and reversing the youth unemployment crisis globally. NFTE's mission is to keep students in school, on-track to graduate, with portable skills that will last a lifetime. Since opening in 2007, NFTE Greater Los Angeles has provided over 12,000 students with the tools and mindset necessary to prepare for successful futures in school, college and the workforce.

To learn more visit http://nfte.com/offices/los-angeles-metro/ , like us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/NFTELA and follow us on Twitter at @NFTE.

Contact:  Michelle Kliszewski

michellek@nfte.com

Media Contact: Michelle Kliszewski, NFTE Los Angeles, 4152469662, michellek@nfte.com

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