Foothill graduate and Pink Dolphin founder and CEO Neima Khaila visited DECA students recently to discuss his experience as an entrepreneur.
Khaila was among several business leaders who spoke to students during Global Entrepreneur Week.
Khaila is a Foothill DECA alumnus who helped found the successful clothing company Pink Dolphin. He shared an inspirational and relatable story that offered students advice on their future entrepreneurial ventures. Khaili told students how he started Pink Dolphin, shared marketing techniques and discussed the upcoming winter clothing line. He visits Foothill each year to talk to ROP marketing and economics of business ownership classes.
DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management.
(Top) ROP marketing and economics of business classes with Neima Khaila
Student Christy Chen with Neima Khaila