NEW YORK – Martha Stewart and Sequential Brands Group, Inc. will host the fifth anniversary of the Martha Stewart American Made program this fall.
The event takes place Oct. 21 with a cocktail reception at Manhattan’s One World Observatory, followed by the American Made Summit, a full day of entrepreneurial empowerment panels and workshops on Saturday, Oct. 22 at Martha Stewart headquarters at the Starrett Lehigh Building on West 26th Street.
Speakers will include Jessica Alba, founder and chief creative officer of The Honest Co. and Honest Beauty; Jim Cramer, host of CNBC’s “Mad Money with Jim Kramer,” and co-anchor of CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street;” Sarah Michelle Gellar, co-founder, Footstirs; Zac Posen; Geoffrey Zakarian, chef, restaurateur and TV personality; Linda Boff, chief marketing officer, General Electric; Emeril Lagasse, chef, restaurateur and TV personality; Fabian Siegel, founder and chief executive officer of Marley Spoon, and Joseph Abboud, chief creative director of Tailored Brands Inc.
Stewart will lead the speakers over the course of the day, which will include networking and roundtable discussions, targeted learning sessions and an American food tasting cocktail party. Tickets range from $500 to $900, and guests will also have access to the Shop the Makers event, which will include 120 vendors across categories of technology, food/beverage, clothing, accessories, décor, furniture and gifts. The shop will be open to Summit guests on Oct. 22 and the public on Oct. 23.
“I am extremely proud of American Made and the attention it brings to the highly creative, hardworking individuals who are sparking change in their communities and industries,” said Stewart.