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GOOD TALK - A Speaker Series by Breather

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Nov. 9 2016, Published 7:00 p.m. ET

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VENUE: Breather

ADDRESS: Starrett-Lehigh Building, 601 W 26th St m201, New York, NY 10001, USA

GOOD TALK is the first event in a speaker series by Breather. Breather invites interesting people in the work force to come together in an open discussion about the future of work.

Focus :
From freelancing to working in-house, realities, choices and challenges professional women face today. This talk is for the girls.

Our invited speakers:
Pheobe Lovatt, Founder of The Working Women's Club (thewwclub.com) and Alexandra Tanguay, Global Brand Director, Spotify. (spotify.com) The Discussion will be moderated by Caterina Rizzi, CCO & Co-Founder, Breather (breather.com).

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About Caterina Rizzi:
Caterina Rizzi is a Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Breather, an innovative on-demand space company, since 2012. As co-conceiver of the rapidly expanding startup, she curates the design and user experience of the spaces, which have been continuously praised by media (fans include Dwell, The New York Times and CNN). Prior to her latest venture, Caterina translated a background in Fine Arts and a BFA in Design into a successful career in fashion, most recently leading a creative team for an international clothing retailer. Her talent for reading trends, innovating products and developing ideas into viable strategies has set her apart across industries as she spearheaded the creation and launch of engaging campaigns and meaningful experiences for major brands around the world.

Schedule:
Guest Registration — 6 to 6:30pm
Cocktails — 6:30 to 7pm
Good Talk — 7 to 9pm
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