NEW YORK, May 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- With a rapidly expanding roster of smart sponsors, attendees eager to join plus major media stories in Rolling Stone and Fortune, it's of little surprise to those on the exclusive Wall Street Dead aHead guest list that networking has taken a "walk down Shakedown Street." Merging the worlds of finance and love of the Grateful Dead, Wall Street Dead aHead Networking Events™ (WSDaH) will return to New York City for its sixth gathering on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 on its way to another sold-out event.
What resonates throughout the WSDaH series of events is any number of the Grateful Dead song lyrics and the general legacy of the band. Whether, "Don't be a collector of more than you need, got a lot of things growing, but keep watching your seeds" (One Thing To Try), "Don't you let that deal go down" (Deal) and of course, "Strangers stopping strangers, just to shake their hand" (Scarlet Begonias)—the Events articulate a theme of building lasting business relationships and friendships with a love of the Grateful Dead's music as the connecting bond.
Pulling it all together is the low-key but high-energy and visionary founder Deborah Solomon. Ms. Solomon is a winner in every sense of the word—but she might declare that the lyrics such as "Put your money where your love is" says it all. This is exactly what Ms. Solomon has done and a rush of attendees and sponsors are riding her train as they've witnessed the immediate business-building connection success since the first event.
"The growing popularity of the annual WSDaH Events testifies to the appeal of personalized networking against a background of great music," says Ms. Solomon, a Portfolio Manager and the creator of WSDaH. "Following last year's successful event, this year's impressive lineup of sponsors to date shows that companies see the advantages of our networking model and attendees are making networking personal again."
Attendees will enjoy live music performed by Terrapin while networking with professionals who share both music and financial experience as conversation-starting commonalities. Limited invitations per business category—which are also individually vetted by Ms. Solomon—are available. Attendance is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The 2016 WSDaH will be held from 6:00 to 9:00 PM ET at Tir Na Nog, located at 315 West 39th Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues in New York City. The event will include three hours of open bar and specialty cocktails and two hours of appetizers, a sponsor bag and an attendance roster for participants only.
In addition to the CBOE, Equisolve and PubCo Reporting, premier sponsors for the Sixth Wall Street Dead aHead Event include: Cleartrust, LLC – Transfer Agent, Laurel Hill Advisory Group, PCG Advisory Group, Sichenzia Ross Friedman Ference, Baker Tilly and BANQ. Partners include Dian Griesel International, Rex Foundation, HeadCount, Tony Reonegro, Marc Millman Photography, Gathering of the Vibes and Relix.
The International FoxG1 Foundation has been chosen by Ms. Solomon as the Affiliate Charity for this Event. The Foundation's name refers to a rare genetic mutation of the FoxG1 gene that impacts early brain development and function. This severe neurological condition is characterized by seizures, inability to control body movements, lack of muscle tone and lack of speech. While the spectrum of abilities is quite broad depending on the exact genetic mutation, many children cannot walk or talk and they struggle to communicate their most basic daily needs. Most cases of FoxG1 are non-inherited and have no family history.
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Dian Griesel International
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