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Marikoko boutique holds ‘Choosing a Home for YOUR Small Business’ in Leimert Park
By Staff

Feb. 27

Welcome to the Neighborhood: “Choosing a Home for Your Small Business”

Permits, licensing, size and parking availability, these are all givens when choosing a location for your small business but what about what’s not always the first thing we look for? How do you choose the community that is most meaningful to your business, give back to create small business sustainability and stay accountable as a good neighbor?

The Japanese American Women Entreprenure Speaker Series presents “Choosing a Home for Your Small Business,” an evening about small business education with a historical and cultural perspective at MarikoKo boutique, located at 3123 W Vernon Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90008, February 27 from 6:00 pm – 8:30 PM with a reception with light snacks and beverage. There will be street parking.

Speakers include: small business owner of MarikoKo boutique, Mariko McKittrick; moderator and Japanese American community member, Mike Murase and Journalist and Food Blogger Veronica Hendrix. They will provide valuable insight on real estate, community equity and historical perspective.


We are a quarterly community event + Q&A to take place every two to three months starting from February 2018 celebrating all members of the Japanese American women entrepreneur community. 

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