Experience The Connection
Aug 3, 2019
Vol. 7 – Getting To Business Workshop
Our niched-focused experience will give a break down on different tax entitlements such as LLCs, S-Corps, Partnerships, etc. Not only will we go through each type of tax benefit, but we also want to help you figure out which best fits for your business.
Mar 21, 2019
Vol. 6 Book Club Launch Event
#HustlerGemBookClub is a self-help and personal development book club that caters to the growth of millennial entrepreneurs and business professionals through books, audio tapes and the relationships built with peers. We cultivate an environment that encourages the expression of different thoughts while expanding our point of views.
Feb 23, 2019
Vol. 5 Volunteer w/ Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Connections HTX is more than a social club; we have a huge heart to serve Houston. In our efforts to give back to our community, we have partnered with Society of St. Vincent de Paul to help on-site projects that involve but are not limited to processing donations, hanging clothes, store, and special projects.
Jan 20, 2019
Vol. 4 – Let’s Connect -Networking Social
We will host a part 2 of The Vol. 3 Vision Book Experience. Attendees will be granted the opportunity to construct a Vision Book. A vision book is a collection of magazine cuts-outs expressing your long and short-term goals. You can take your vision book everywhere to remind you to keep pushing toward your success, unlike vision boards that are stationary. Supplies are limited for this activity. Early arrival is recommended.
Dec 30, 2018
Vol. 3 – Vision Book Experience
How do you keep focus on your future goals? Our vision book experience will allow attendees to piece together a book that expresses their long and short term goals. Using pictures, magazines cut-outs, symbols, stickers, colors, words, you can creatively express your future endeavors to keep you motivated. A vision book is simply a spin-off from traditional vision boards.
Nov 11, 2018
Vol. 2 – Volunteer w/ Houston Food Bank
In our efforts to give back to our community, we have partnered with the Houston Food Bank to help on-site projects that involve but are not not limited to inspecting, sorting, and repackaging donated food items for community distribution. There will not be any hard labor work involved. All projects will be indoors, require minimum physical labor, and little knowledge or specific skill set.
Oct 7, 2018