Kalily Inc.

I just thought I’d post this in anticipation of this new website.   G.S.

Woman Entrepreneur to Launch E-Business for Girls and Women in Boston

BOSTON, Oct. 9 /PRNewswire/ —

Who:    Cofounder & CEO Lynne Marlette will unveil
http://www.kalily.com,
a new e-business designed to commemorate a young girl’s
coming-of-age.

What:   kalily to launch “the tradition revolution” with a prelaunch
event
for the Boston market, before rolling out nationwide next week.

When:   Thursday,  October  11, 2007 from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. ET
7:00 p.m.  preview of http://www.kalily.com on private network
7:15 p.m.  kalily Cofounders Lynne Marlette and Ahmed Alashwah
give opening remarks
7:00 — 9:00 p.m. unveiling of product “kalily kado”
7:00 — 9:00 p.m. computers available for reporters to log onto
kalily website and be first to experience
highly interactive/mobile capabilities
(7:00 — 9:00 free kalily drinks and hors d’oeuvres)

Where:  Saint Nitery: http://www.saintnitery.com, 90 Exeter Street, Boston
kalily inc. was cofounded by entrepreneur Lynne Marlette. At the age of 8, Marlette was adopted from a South Korean orphanage, a rare opportunity from which she developed her personal goal of helping girls and women build lifelong, positive identities. kalily’s first product, kalily kado, focuses on young girls of today, the “now generation.” Marlette has an extensive background in project management and business development in the U.S. and Egypt, and holds a B.A. from the University of Massachusetts Boston.
Cofounder & Managing Partner Ahmed Alashwah has more than 20 years’
expertise in the IT industry. kalily is a socially responsible company that will donate 5% of its proceeds to two exemplary organizations for women and girls — The Avon Foundation and Girl Scouts of the USA. kalily headquarters is located in Boston.

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One Comment on “Kalily Inc.

  1. This is amazing and my heart and support goes to kalily inc. What an amazing idea and what a beauiful website they have! This is the change women should rush to support and be part of. I love the idea and I love the way the company went about o display it. Thank you for publishing this post. Lisa

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