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Address: 594 Broadway, New York, NY 10012, USA
City: New York
State: NY
Date Time Event Description
Feb-07-19 10:00 AM Blogger Invitation: New York Fashion Week presented by Above-Time We are looking for bloggers to be part of our New York Fashion Week production this February!      Our main focus for New York Fashion Week this spring is to put more focus on new and emerging designers and allow bloggers to gain more exposure and connections in the fashion industry. Our goal as a PR firm is to handle all the work and allow bloggers to focus on documenting the experience and styles of the runway shows, parties and other events of NYFW.                              Our show will be held on Sunday, February 10, 2019.                               Attached is our price package for bloggers will include: Hotel accommodation at the Hilton in Soho● Breakfast & lunch ● Registration for panel ● VIP access to NYFW Shows at Pier 59 ● Backstage access ● Hair & makeup ● Private car service to take you to and from blogger events, mixer and NYFW shows ● Swag bag and photos complementary of Above-Time ● Only 15 spots available ● Total cost $1,750     * Air not included     There will also be a blogger competition for those who attend and the blogger who writes the best NYFW post will win an all expenses paid trip to Paris Fashion Week with Above-Time!                       If this is something you are interested in doing and you have other questions, please reach out to me at kimberly@above-time.com and we can schedule a phone call to discuss more about this exciting and unique opportunity!
Feb-16-19 06:00 PM Redefined19 New York Fashion Week Mixer Join us for this cool street-style mixer in SoHo celebrating diversity during New York Fashion Week Winter 2019! Bring your cool street-style #ootd and enjoy signature cocktails sponsored by Avua Cachaca among a super creative and glam crowd who is all about inclusion within the fashion industry. More details coming soon! Instagram @redefined19 ABOUT REDEFINED19 REDEFINING IDENTITY IN A DIGITAL AGE Redefined19 it's a creaitve platform made up of media personalities, influencers, content creators, creative professionals, publicists, fashion designers, buyers and producers whose agenda is to portrait realism vs idealism in a digital era. Our aim is to redefine perceived success and beauty within the fashion industry. Identity, seems to be a topic of confusion for active participants of social media, as it is largely influenced by brands and influencers that compete for the most reach and exposure in the medium. The look for the ideal image is not generating a positive effect within our communities or the industry. Through a series of influencers’ and media activations in key fashion capitals around the world such as Paris, New York and Dubai, REDEFINED 19 aims to highlight the realism behind creatives, influencers and brands to send a message of body positivity, identity exploration and inclusion. To show the marriage between the past and the current trend, streetwear is contrasted with the event’s theme of perceived glamour. Realism comes to REDEFINED19 in the form of real people. Creatives who are behind the content, collaborations and partnerships, sharing their struggles and anecdotes that they live in their individual journeys. ABOUT THE SPONSORS Avua Cachaca Cachaça is a spirit with almost five hundred years of history, distilling and blending the three great trends in Brazilian culture:  Indian, African, and Portuguese. It is a distilled spirit made from fresh sugarcane juice and can be made in any part of Brazil. Instagram: @avuacachaca
Mar-30-19 09:00 AM NYC - SoHo Live Foundational NCS Training Weekend Join us as we present our CACHE Accredited Foundational Training, LIVE, March 30-31, 2019. CAPPA Approved for 16 hours CEUs. THIS COURSE HAS BEEN DESCRIBED AS “NOT NCS 101” TOPICS COVERED: What is an NCS and how is that different from a Doula, Night Nanny or Traditional Nanny. define/explain Doula: Define/explain similarities and differences.. Night Nanny: Define/explain similarities and differences. Traditional Nanny: Define/explain similarities and differences. Basic Newborn Care: Head to toe-hair, scalp, skin, eyes, nose, ears, neck, under arm, umbilical cord, circumcision, non-circumcised, labial and vaginal care, anal and rectal care including diaper rash types and treatments, nails, bathing, feeding including breast feeding, bottle feeding (both breast milk and formula), what you need to know about formulas and options, medication dispensing and liability, diapering and swaddling. Building a Nursery “must have” list, one for you (those things you require every client have if you work for them, and one for them (the suggested items to stock in the nursery). Special needs of preemies (extra caution regarding health, car seats, clothing and diapering, swaddling (why it is different for preemies and when you can switch to standard newborn swaddling), stimulation, feeding issues, sleep issues, why they have reflux more often, how to carry them, etc. Caring for Multiples: To schedule or not to schedule, how to plan for their homecoming, fitting car seats into the vehicle, sleep surroundings, how to feed more than one baby at a time, they are all crying, what do I do? Caring for and building up a post-partum mom: One of the most important jobs of a NCS and why. Signs of Post-partum depression and what to do: Covering the major symptoms of post-partum depression and how to handle it (before baby even comes home). Recognizing signs of various feeding issues: Reflux, tests, treatment and options. Tongue tie, to clip or not to clip, pyloric stenosis – what is it and what can be done, how to feed a baby with a cleft palate. Recognizing signs of food allergies and intolerances in infants: The big 8 allergens and the most common signs of issues. Options for dealing with them and who parents should take the baby to see. Major Methods of sleep training: Sharing the most common methods of sleep training and how they differ from one another. What sleep methods I use – why I don’t use any single method but a compilation of them. And why every job is the same and every job is different. What do I do: The parents are not following through in the daytime and now the sleep training isn’t working. Getting your NCS Business off the ground: Do I need to be “certified” and if so, how do I get it? What are my first steps? How can I get more experience so clients will hire me? What legal issues/insurance issues do I need to address? Do I need a resume’? What should be on it? Do I need a contract with clients? How do I get paid? What if a client cancels? What if I get the babies sleeping through the night early and the client wants to terminate my contract early? My client bounced a check, now what? My client forgot to pay me, now what? How do I explain to clients on the phone what I do without spending all day on the phone and without giving away all my talents? Tax Overview: What are my tax obligations? Does my client pay taxes on me? My client wants to pay me with a business check? Contracts with clients: What needs to be in it? Do I really need it? The client doesn’t want one. Liability insurance: Do I need it? Why? Where can I get it? Educating Agencies about what I do: Do I need to work with agencies? What do they need to know about what I do in order to “sell” my services to the client? Green Practices: My new client wants to use eco-friendly products. What does that mean exactly, do they really work and how do I help her set up a green nursery? Prerequisite: Must have prior experience working with infants in a professional setting, either as a nanny or as a daycare provider (or similar capacity). If you have not had any prior experience with infants; we can refer you to a program more geared toward your needs and then after successful completion, you can return to take our Foundational program. Expectant parents may attend for their own personal knowledge.Minimum age: 18 years old. BONUS! Be one of the first 10 people to sign up and receive COMPLIMENTARY access to our Green Proofing Program! Schedule:  Saturday 9 am - 6 pm - Workshop Sunday 9 am - 6 pm - Workshop We will start promptly at the designated time each morning. You must attend both days in their entirety to receive access to the test and receive your certificate of attendence. When you take the exam you receive a separate certificate of completion.  Exact address will be provided at a later date, but it will be in the SoHo neighborhood of Manhattan.  Lunch will be provided both days. Saturday sponsored by Kith & Kin Sunday sponsored by HouseholdStaffing.com NOT INCLUDED in Registration Price: Workbook - you must purchase online and bring with you to the event. Additional information will be emailed to you on how to order your workbook.  Hotel Transportation Breakfast or Dinner Parking Make plans to join us for a special Saturday evening Networking Mixer, sponsored by Mama's Best Friend. No Refunds. Funds paid can be credited towards future online or in-person training course within three months. Additional Information:  Taking this course does not automatically certify you as an NCS. There are additional pre-requisites to meet. You can find a listing of those here.  Payments:  Pay in Full using a Credit Card or PayPal. You will be directed to the PayPal website, as it is our payment processing hub. You can use a credit card via PayPal.  Payment Plans Available! Pay half now and balance due March 2, 2019. An additional $20 fee applies for payment plan requests. Your spot is not reserved until we receive the 50% deposit. Email info@newborncaresolutions.com for more details and secure a payment plan.  PayPal Financing. Upon checkout you can opt to pay with PayPal financing. This is applying for PayPal credit. If approved, you have six months, interest free if paid in full in six months. All payments made to PayPal. Newborn Care Solutions does not set the terms and conditions of PayPal Financing.  This weekend training will be taught by Newborn Care Solutions team member Devon Clement.  Devon Clement, founder of Mama’s Best Friend, is an Elite Newborn Care Specialist, postpartum doula, and baby sleep coach, with over 20 years of experience supporting new parents and babies and a degree in Developmental Psychology. She loves helping people adjust to parenthood, figure out what their baby wants (and what THEY want), and offer practical guidance and emotional support through one of the most crazy - and amazing! - life transitions.