By COLlive reporter
He’s smart, hungry, and driven. He can think of solutions on the fly and can debate rashi like a talmud chochom. He’s married with a kid on the way and the community knows what a mentch he is.
So why is he broke?
While many of our community embrace austerity and government paychecks, our own president wants to remove funding from public assistance while the younger generation is just hungry for more. Driven by technology that is transforming the world, and the way every facet of business works. Frum Jews are now are now in need of innovation and new tools to harness the global disruption.
There is Yeshiva tuition. Camp expenses. BarMitzvahs. Weddings. 7+ kids… All these are a brocha but where to start? How does a yeshiva bocher start a business? How does a frum girl get a great paying job? Would Shabbos get in the way of a real estate career? Is a shtreimel appropriate work attire? These and hundreds of other questions are burning in the minds of our community.
This April 3rd, Crown Heights’ own Flow Motion Studios will share with you the answers by bringing together some of the most respected and successful Jewish names in business for a one-night, one-time broadcast. The show will be hosted by Mendy Pellin and Sarah Guigu (aka Hassidic Hipster Girl), sponsored by COLlive.com, CHYE, and JCC Coney Island.
Experts in marketing, interpersonal communication, financial advisers, successful business owners, and social media stars come together for a very special one time only performance, to give fun and friendly advice on taking the leap from daydream to day job. There will also be a featured musical performance from the Rogers Park Band, and tons of laughs, brought to you only by Shmuze.live.
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Shmuze Live is an episodic program that addresses current challenges and issues faced by orthodox Jewish communities throughout the world. The widely viewed first episode, Marry Me, combined real life tools, tips and resources with Jewish humor, to give prospective couples the necessary insight for beginning their next chapter of adult life.
The highly anticipated second episode “Hire Me” will take that same dynamic blend and apply it to business for another soon-to-be-classic show will be featured this April 3 at 7:30 PM on COLlive.com, Shmuze.live, facebook, and youtube.
Shmuze.live is a passion project of Flow Motion Studios, spearheaded by Yankee Teitelbaum and Bracha Torenheim. Located in Crown Heights, Yankee and Bracha, together with their team, have created groundbreaking, award winning films and live productions to raise awareness and resources for organizations and businesses across the world.