ETTWomen Kicks Off CoSpark Partnership With Powerful Panel

Thanks again to those of you who came to our Open House last night. We continue to be impressed by the women who are in attendance and we were very pleased with the turn out!
ETTWomen founders Vanessa Coppes and Lynette Barbieri and CoSpark Founders Alesha Lazan and Natalie Sulimani held their first event last night in the Matawan facility, which officially marks their partnership.
During the brief panel,  they discussed networking strategies, co-working, entrepreneurship and ’The Power of Connections.” As many of you know, these topics are the core of ETTWomen’s mission as a community of entrepreneurs that network with intention and support each other in personal and professional growth.
Similarly, CoSpark recognizes the obstacles that business owners face when starting or growing a business, which is why they have created the opportunity for business owners to base themselves at affordable and serene spaces. Co-working is ideal because it allows business owners to focus on the flow and growth of their business rather than maintaining a space that may not be financially feasible. Plus, it’s a great opportunity to network!
If you enjoyed our Open House, the we have many more events coming up! For more information about those opportunities, please visit our website at We would love to have you in attendance.
In case you missed it, here are a few highlights…

ETTWomen Founder Lynette Barbieri speaks to the group.


CoSpark Founders Alesha Lazan and Natalie Sulimini take the floor.


Tasty treats were brought to us by Callicchio’s and Natalie Sulimani.


Our attendees networked and learned from each other.

Images: Angela Squicciarini Photography