DIY Business Association – Two Heads are Better Than One

DIY Business Association – Two Heads are Better Than One

After a decade of scraping by as a budding indie entrepreneur and launching Venus Zine, Amy Schroeder wanted to help other independent businesses make it in less time by banding together. Understanding the needs of creative idea makers because of her own experiences, Amy began the DIY Business Association to help entrepreneurs execute their goals. In the spirit of group efforts, Krrb is partnering with DIYBA for Speed Connecting NYC: Where Collaboration Begins on March 28. .

Jump into the discussion on innovation and entrepreneurial collaborating featuring Krrb’s own Andrew Wagner. Other panelists include Jessica Lawrence, Director of New York Tech Meetup; Sara Horowitz, Founder and CEO of Freelancers Union; and Campbell McKellar, Founder and CEO of Loosecubes. Industry color-coded identification will facilitate communication during the 90-minute networking portion.

So come join us and the DIYBA Wednesday night, March 28th from 7 to 10 pm at General Assembly, 902 Broadway, New York, New York for a collective meeting of the minds. General admission is $39 and tickets must be purchased by Monday, March 26. There is an early bird price of $29 if tickets are purchased by Friday, March 9.

Special offer for all Krrb members! Mention Krrb and get $5 off admission. It’s easy … go to Eventbrite’s and buy your tickets. During the checkout process, enter the promotional code “krrb” (all lowercase).

DIY Business Association – Two Heads are Better Than One

Creative incubating at one of DIY Business's first events. Photo: Diybusinessassociation.com

Get prepped for Speed Connecting NYC this Thursday, March 1, when DIYBA is hosting a #DIY Chat on Twitter to discuss the origin of big ideas with leading creatives. Find more information at DIYBA’s Krrb corner.

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    Great article. I learned so much about DIY Business Association. Thanks for the info.

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