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GS Experiences Gets The Party Started on What's wURKEN?

Ross Kenneth Urken

NEW YORK (MainStreet)—For this edition of What's wURKEN? Natasha Ellis discussed her company, GS Experiences, which provides parties and collaborative scenarios for companies as large as Yahoo! and Facebook as well as more local brands. GS stands for golden scarab, an Egyptian symbol of rebirth, transformation, and good luck, and by getting contracts with companies to throw their employees and clients events with experiences that shake up the routine of quotidian life, Ellis seeks to inspire closer business relationship and clearer interpretations of a company's brand. She even came on the show with some disrupting surprises for my sister, Nicole, and me. Check out the video to discover what:

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