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2017 Baton Rouge Entrepreneurship Week (BREW)

2017 Baton Rouge Entrepreneurship Week (BREW)

The kickoff of BREW is here! Baton Rouge Entrepreneurship Week is a chance to showcase local businesses and their leaders. This year’s Baton Rouge Entrepreneurship Week events are set for Tuesday, November 14 through Thursday, November 16. The three-day event celebrates entrepreneurship and creativity in the Capital Region.

BREW will include panel discussions, opportunities to network and a pitch competition. Jeff Moulton, cyber security expert and executive director of LSU’s Stephenson National Center for Security Research and Training, and Ryan Holiday, best-selling author and motivational speaker will function as this year’s keynote speakers.
Moulton’s address will shed light on how businesses of all sizes can protect themselves from cyber threats.  Holiday, set to speak at 4:30pm Wednesday at the Manship Theatre, will be discussing his latest book Perennial Seller, which explores Holiday’s revealing of how a classic work is made and marketed.
Join other entrepreneurs, business owners, and professionals for three days of fun events, new insights on entrepreneurship and more hosted by BREW partners! Registration cost is $20.
Want to register for #BREW2017? Just click here. You can also reserve a spot in sessions of your choice online or via event app ‘celebrateBREW2017′, available on Android or iOS. Stay connected to our social media accounts as our team will be on site all week!

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