Learn from Shark Tank‘s Lydia Evans & other entrepreneurs at the Entrepreneurial Expose’

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Photo courtesy of SW&G Essentials

Talk success with Shark Tank‘s Lydia Evans at the first ever Entrepreneurial Expose’ & Charity Benefit, coming to The Health Museum on Sunday afternoon, November 13, 2016.

Learn about starting and building your own business from a line-up of successful entrepreneurs, at an afternoon program headlined by Shark Tank veteran Evans.

The creator and founder of Soaps Washes & Grooming Essentials, aka SW&G Essentials, Evans will share details and challenges about her own personal experiences and learnings as an entrepreneur.

In addition to Evans, the afternoon features a line-up of other entrepreneurs and business owners as seen on Shark Tank.

Guests will be also able to browse and shop at a market featuring exclusive health, beauty, and fashion goods; enjoy light wine and bites; and go home armed with goodie bags and a bevy of resources to help them on their own entrepreneurial journeys.

Use promocode 365HOU and get $20 off each ticket.

A portion of the event’s proceeds will benefit The Rose and JJ’ s I’m Me Foundation.

An Impressive Lineup of Speakers & Entrepreneurs

The program will feature a diverse collection of entrepreneurs, who will join Evans and discuss entrepreneurship.

Each will share his and her own stories and advice about the ins and outs of running a business or franchise.

  • Andrea Shrestha, CEO of LuminAID
  • Stephen Hersh, CEO of Biaggi Luggage
  • Neil Werner, franchise owner of Cousins Maine Lobster in Houston
  • Joy Lacy, principal at Joy of Consulting
  • Carla Lane, CEO of Lane Staffing
  • Gary Dante, CEO of Suit Mart stores
  • John DePaola, CEO of Paint Brush Cover

Health, Fashion & Beauty Holiday Shopping Bazaar

Guests will also have the chance to network and to shop for gifts for friends and family (and themselves) at the Holiday Shopping Bazaar.

The market will feature an exclusive assortment of vendors focusing on health, fashion, and beauty.

About Lydia Evans & SW&G Essentials

In 2012, celebrity esthetician and skin care expert, Lydia Evans developed the SW&G Bar. The 3-in-1 loofah soap cleanses, exfoliates, and disinfects the surface of the skin from the fairest to the most mocha of skin tones.

After she appeared on Shark Tank in 2015, she has gained greater exposure across a number of media outlets and platforms, growing SW&G Essentials in the process.

She’s been featured in Forbes twice, had her products included in multiple celebrity swag bags, collaborated with celebrities like Cedric the Entertainer, and more.

She created the Entrepreneurial Expose’ to give other entrepreneurs a chance to connect and to share what she has learned along the way.

Entrepreneurial Expose’ & Charity Benefit with Shark Tank‘s Lydia Evans at The Health Museum

  • Date: Sunday, November 13, 2016
  • Time: Noon to 5pm
  • Location: The Health Museum, 1515 Hermann Drive, Houston, TX 77004
  • Parking: Free surface parking is included with the ticket price.
  • Admission: Tickets start at $79. Use promocode 365HOU and get $20 off each ticket.  Click here to purchase tickets.

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