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Kollectin kicks off the summer with an Interactive Pop-Up Shop

Kollectin kicks off the summer with an Interactive Pop-Up Shop

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On June 21st emerging jewelry fashion app Kollectin will be kicking off its Pop-Up week by hosting an exclusive, invite-only party, where select tastemakers and style stars will come out to celebrate the girlfriend marketplace for style inspirations. 

Technology is incredible, right? Well, that depends on who you ask. Historically, fashion and technology have had a complicated relationship. Due to the convenience of the Internet and social media, brick and mortar stores are increasingly closing shop, leaving creatives and designers out in the cold with nowhere to showcase and sell their work. 

This is where Kollectin comes in. Kollectin aims to replace vanishing physical stores with digital jewelry boutiques run by designers and influencers also known as  "Style Stars." Potential shop owners get to handpick the designs they sell in their digital shops and make them available to those in their network. 

At the pop-up party, invited ladies will get the opportunity to acquaint themselves with Kollectin’s innovative platform, get started with opening their shops and have a good time with other ambitious women. 

Each day of the Pop-Up week will feature a theme aimed at educating and empowering Girl Bosses. From Skin and Beauty workshops to an informational panel on ways to build passive income, Kollectin is hoping to motivate women everywhere to aspire to inspire. 

Performing Artists

Kollectin Style Star - Serena Laurel

Kollectin Style Star - Serena Laurel

Fortune Entertainment - DJ Kane

Fortune Entertainment - DJ Kane

Featuring Art From

Artist - Howard Steenwyk

Artist - Howard Steenwyk

Heath Studio Director - Tung Chiang

Heath Studio Director - Tung Chiang

Kollectin CEO Nadia Lee  honored as "Women Business Pioneer"

Kollectin CEO Nadia Lee honored as "Women Business Pioneer"

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It was a “#girlboss thing” when the Asian Business Association held its Women Business Pioneers Symposium at the historic Millennium Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. In its mission to represent Asian American business owners and create business opportunities for its members and their diverse communities, the ABA wanted to provide an opportunity for hundreds of ladies to meet “women business pioneers” who have been making strides in their respective industries. Panelists included the likes of Health-Ade Kombucha chief sales officer Vanessa Dew, IDLogic founder/CEO Kelly Nguyen and Forensis Group founder/CEO Mercy Steenwyk.

Also on the panel of esteemed speakers was Kollectin’s co-founder, Nadia Lee. She had quite an inspiring story to share with young, aspiring businesswomen. Nadia had to overcome quite a few obstacles to get where she is today. From inexperience to lack of family support, Nadia used these roadblocks to motivate her and applied what she learned to her "fail" her way to the top. Today, through successful collaborations with vendors and a passion for creating, Nadia’s brands have only grown and expanded. 

Those who came out to hear from Nadia and the other speakers received invaluable lessons from women who are winning in life and business. Admittedly, everyone walked away with a boost in confidence and more direction on their plans.