Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) Philadelphia CEO Roundtable
February 22, 2017 at Cabrini University
CEOs Share Tips of the Trade with Local Students
Young Entrepreneurs To Meet with Local Leaders of Industry
2016 YEA! Philadelphia CEO Roundtable
A panel of nationally-recognized local CEOs, from a wide-variety of backgrounds, share their experiences and insights into the business world with the next generation of CEOs in a roundtable discussion.
Fourteen students, ages 12 to 18, from YEA! (Young Entrepreneurs Academy) Philadelphia, an educational program of the Philadelphia Center for Advancing Entrepreneurs (PCAE), have the opportunity to talk one-on-one and ask questions of local CEOs about how they got their start in business.
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Cabrini University, Grace Hall Atrium
610 King of Prussia Rd., Radnor, PA 19087
The event is a great opportunity for business professionals of all types to learn from a panel of CEOs and to network with other individuals involved in the advancement of entrepreneurs in the Philadelphia area.
The event is free and open to the public. Please register by clicking the link below.
Or call 215-628-3875
Join us for a networking reception.
Food provided by: Di Bruno Bros. and Chez Bonser Patisserie
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Register for the CEO Roundtable, February 22, 2017
Alice Bu, CEO of Cross Pacific Buddies, shares her entrepreneurial knowledge at the YEA! trade show. (YEA! Philadelphia)
By Diane Mastrull, Staff Writer
Posted: August 15, 2016
Just two years ago, Shreyas Parab was such a shy, unassuming teenager that it pained him to make eye contact. Now the 15-year-old from Aston, Delaware County, wears ties declaring himself a chick magnet and a stud muffin.
And he’s running a company that has sold nearly 600 of those novelty ties for close to $17,000 in its first 14 months of business, tapping into a market where whimsy is popular.
Parab also makes pitches to investor panels, and has met with Sam’s Club executives in Bentonville, Ark., hoping to get his Novel Tie line in their stores. A decision is pending.
The Philadelphia Center for Advancing Entrepreneurs congratulates the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) Philadelphia Class of 2016. These 16 middle and high school kids began the program in November 2015 as students and graduated as CEOs of their own companies.
Jared Breakiron– Wayne, Radnor High School, grade 10
Alice Bu– Haverford, The Baldwin School, grade 10
Alexis Capers– Blue Bell, Agnes Irwin School, grade 11
Cal Hanson– Radnor, Radnor High School, grade 11
Anya Jayanthi– Bryn Mawr, Welsh Valley Middle School, grade 7
Alissa Liu– Ardmore, The Baldwin School, grade 9
Tobey Mandel– Bryn Mawr, Radnor High School, grade 11
Matt Mignucci– Villanova, The Shipley School, grade 8
Elijah Neal– Drexel Hill, Upper Darby High School, grade 9
Malachi Neal– Drexel Hill, Drexel Hill Middle School, grade 8
Jose Luis Policarpio– Havertown, Haverford Middle School, grade 6
Emily Scott– Media, University Scholars Program at PALCS, grade 6
Brooklyn Stanback– Philadelphia, Amy Northwest Middle School, grade 8
Varun Sundar– Aston, Garnet Valley Middle School, grade 8
Michaela Swartz– Media, Rose Tree, grade 5
Stela Tong– Havertown, The Shipley School, grade 10
YEA! Philadelphia would not be possible without the support of our community. Help us to continue to transform local students into real business owners and true entrepreneurial success stories.
As you know, back in May, local young entrepreneur, Shreyas Parab, CEO of NovelTies was selected as a national finalist by the Young Entrepreneurs Academy. All of the finalists were invited to our national sponsor’s Sam’s Club/Walmart corporate headquarters in Bentonville, Arkansas. Shreyas being Shreyas, enthralled the executives there and they wrote a blog post on him and his business that was posted yesterday. http://blog.walmart.com/community/20151005/sams-club-says-yea-to-novel-ideas They announced in their post, that Shreyas and NovelTies will be featured in the Sam’s Club Showcase store soon.
We are so grateful for all of your help and financial support for the Greater Philadelphia Foundation for Women Entrepreneurs’ Young Entrepreneurs Academy. You are the reason we are having an influence the future.
If you could follow us on Twitter @YEAphiladelphia and re-tweet this local success story you helped nurture that would be terrific.
—Ellen Fisher, Executive Director, YEA! Philadelphia