Utah-based company Kalaia announced that CEO and Founder Gaya Samarasingha will be visiting Patchogue, NY, for a female entrepreneur event and presentation on September 28, 2019. Gaya will explain how the company changes lives through a natural skincare line, a business opportunity and through its charitable program, Kalaia Cares.
Event to take place at Nole Café in Patchogue from 6-8 pm on Saturday, September 28th following the Patchogue Chamber of Commerce’s annual Wellness Walk.
The event will highlight how Kalaia supports and empowers female entrepreneurs around the world, with an emphasis on growth strategies planned specifically for Long Island. Holly Rosado, Long Island native, Patchogue Chamber of Commerce member, and Kalaia’s top leader will be on hand to discuss her experience and growth as a leader within the company after having left the corporate world for this exciting opportunity.
A complimentary light dinner and Nole’s organic, cold-pressed juices will be served. Additionally, there will be giveaways, networking opportunities and a chance to sample Kalaia’s natural and vegan skincare products.
Kalaia products contain unique natural ingredients from around the world, that have been used in skincare rituals for thousands of years. Their efficacious products are free from harmful chemicals and synthetic fragrances. Kalaia’s mission extends far beyond beautiful skin by giving back 1% of all sales to support female entrepreneurs around the world through a micro loan program called Kalaia Cares. Kalaia will impact the lives of many hardworking, savvy women who are brave enough to go after their dreams through a direct sales channel.
For more information, please visit www.kalaiaproducts.com.