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Philly’s second annual Millennial Mixer

Wednesday, Nov. 1 at Coda

From TML Communications:

On Wednesday, Nov. 01, networking gets a new groove with this power-packed mixer presented by In the Mix – Philadelphia. We are reaching out to all millennials who are looking to make moves in this city of brotherly love! This will be an opportunity to meet, greet, and be inspired by our rousing panelists who have created their own paths to success.

We strive to create an environment where rising Philadelphia millennials from different industries and backgrounds can come together to make business and social connections.

Philadelphia’s millennial population is one of the fastest-growing in the country. Thus, In the Mix is using that growth to help young professionals grow into the entrepreneurs and business owners they aspire to be.

In the Mix believes that when it comes to creating new businesses and brands, everyone wants help, and everyone can help each other. Through the panel discussions, we are providing access to influential people, who can share their stories and struggles to the paths of their own success.

Here’s what to expect at this In the Mix event: networking, open bar, lite bites, entrepreneur panel discussion and music by, DJ Hvnlee. There will be a charity raffle with proceeds benefiting Best Friends Animal Society.

Hosted by: Quincy Harris, from The Q Show on Foxthis event’s panelist will include Ryan Dorsey, owner of NOTO, Recess Lounge, Dos Tacos & Maison 208; Kristin Detterline, Editor of Philadelphia Style Magazine, Erin Branche, Founder of Lash Bash Philly; and Steve Shea, Founder & CEO Everything Clicks, Angel Tech Investor.

Tickets are $35 in advance and $45 at the door at Coda, 1712 Walnut St. Dress is business casual.

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