Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano, the Nassau 200 Millennial Think-Tank and the Frank G. Zarb School of Business at Hofstra University announce a “How to Start a Business” Panel to be held on Tuesday, November 1st from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Monroe Theatre at Hofstra University. Nassau 200 is a Millennial Think-Tank formed by County Executive Mangano to combat Long Island's brain drain.
All residents are welcome to attend this evening of entrepreneurship where Nassau County executives, entrepreneurs, faculty, and members of Hofstra’s Center for Entrepreneurship share resources, experiences, and best practices to creating a business on Long Island.
Speakers will include Nick Terzulli of the Nassau County IDA, Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship Richard Hayes, Senior Assistant Dean Stacey Sikes of the Hofstra Center for Entrepreneurship, Owner and Executive Chef of Blackbird Kitchen & Cocktails Chris Perotta, and Founder/CEO of Class Act Sports Jared Ginsberg.
“Nassau County is the best place to live, raise a family and start a business. My administration is committed to growing our economy and educating young people on ways in which to make their business dreams come true,” stated County Executive Mangano.
County Executive Mangano formed the Nassau 200 Millennial Think-Tank by surveying hundreds of young residents born between 1979 and 1995. The Think-Tank is charged with advising the County Executive on issues of importance to their generation as well as hosting events and conducting studies. To learn more about the Nassau 200, including how to get tickets to the “How to Start a Business” Panel visit www.nassaucountyny.gov/Nassau200.