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Kim Kardashian West will be taking the stage to share business and career advice as the keynote speaker for the next Create & Cultivate conference in Los Angeles on Feb. 24, 2018.
Based in L.A., Create & Cultivate is an online platform that has been bringing women together since 2012 around the topic of career success. Spearheaded by serial entrepreneur Jaclyn Johnson, the live conferences happen three times a year and have traveled to Chicago, Seattle, Brooklyn and Austin offering programming and speakers who offer insight on everything from entrepreneurship and career mapping, to the latest innovations in tech and navigating the search for investor funding.
In February, Create & Cultivate will return to L.A. for its biggest conference to date. Speakers will include: Kardashian, interviewed by Allison Statter, co-founder/co-CEO of Blended Strategy Group; Lauren Conrad and Hannah Skvara, co-founders of The Little Market; Marianna Hewitt, creator of Life With Me; Aimee Song, creator of Song Of Style; Busy Philipps; Jessamyn Stanley, author of Every Body Yoga; Sophia Rossi, co-founder of HelloGiggles; Brook Brinkman, VP, Marketing & Communications of Simon G. Jewelry; Tess Holiday, plus-size model and body positivity ambassador; Justina Blakeney, creator of The Jungalow; Jen Gotch, co-founder and CCO of ban.do; Iva Pawling, co-founder of Richer Poorer and many more.
“We’re thrilled to be adding Kim Kardashian West to our Los Angeles lineup,” says Johnson. “Kim is arguably one of the most highly visible and successful female entrepreneurs in the world. Her path to success is a story that will inspire the thousands of women attending Create & Cultivate L.A. Her business evolution exemplifies that entrepreneurialism is not always about climbing the traditional career ladder, but developing your own hustle.”
Tickets available at createcultivate.com.
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