This past Saturday, personal development mentor and fearless entrepreneur, Sabrina Peterson, held her second Glam University Business Boot Camp for female entrepreneurs in Atlanta, Georgia. This unconventional business boot camp was created for entrepreneurs looking to create a successful brand.
The informative and intense six hour program featured guest speakers such as Sabrina Peterson owner of top hair salon, Glambar, seen in Elle Magazine, Forbes.com among others; Karli Harvey of the Steve Harvey Foundation and production team; top attorney Christine White; brand development guru Chivon Ferguson of Pretty Girl Problems; Eric Rivera, CEO of Transparency, LLC; and Ericka Dotson CEO of Indique Hair – who shared how she made $16 million this year. The intensive was also live streamed for students across the nation, that were not able to attend this super informative event.
Upon entering Glam University, ‘students’ were greeted with the signature Glam University “Unexpected Rose” cocktail made with natural ingredients provided byUnique Syrups. As they walked in, a Glam University assistant escorted each lady to her designated seat, which had personalized Glam U notebooks, pencils, pens and Sabrina’s latest business handbook: Recipe to Getting Rich as Fxxk. Fruit infused water was found at every table, as well as a box of delicious chocolate covered strawberries. As the program unfolded, the ladies teamed up for Sabrina’s exciting exercises and diligently took notes, highlighting key points that the guest speakers made.
By 6pm, Food Network’s Chopped winner, Chef Sammy Davis, served an amazing lobster dinner…I don’t even eat lobster…but I considered eating it that day, and guests were able to snack on delicious baked treats such as mini cupcakes and signature Glam U “smart cookie” sugar cookies, provided by My Fair Sweets.
As the program concluded, guests received gourmet white chocolate strawberry popcorn provided by Atlanta Pink Popcorn, as well as a gift bag full of hair care products from top hair care lines such as Miss Jessie’s, ORS and Cream of Nature.
“I am so proud of each of my students for entrusting me to lead them on their business journey as a successful entrepreneur. Glam University would not be what it has grown to be without each of these ladies desire to want to grow and build as leaders. I am looking forward to what the next Glam University has to offer,” Sabrina states.
Glam University will be gearing up for their next installment soon! To find out more information please go to their website: www.glamuniversity.org