Speed Networking Night Sept. 22rd

by Bryan on August 29, 2010

This might challenge Dunbar’s Law, but I say let’s go for it…

I’ve been thinking about doing a Speed-Networking night for about a year now. You know, like Speed-Dating, only replace the “find someone to date” part with “find people to do business with.

This event is meant to be a casual networking mixer of sorts with a twist of fun and games. It’s going to be really fun but also a great way to meet more people and find (many) compatible business matches!

A quick sidebar note on the name, “2 Minutes in Heaven.” It’s a play on words because in the first half of the night you’ll have about 2 minutes with each person and a score card to make notes about people you want to spend more time with during the second half of the night.

I’m also a fan of things that make me laugh. Some people say I have a serious-looking face but I love joking around and dismissing unnecessary formalities where possible. There’s a funny video that still cracks me up no matter how many times I watch it. It’s called “Business Time” and also proves without a doubt that Wednesday’s are the best days for business (BTW, yes this event is on Wednesday night). After you Register, watch the video below.

*Early-Bird Registration: $10 (or $20 after 9/15)

When: Wednesday, Sept. 22nd 7:00-9:30pm

Where: 6 Park Grill, 17900 Jamboree Rd., Irvine, CA, 92614

Who: You and your friends, colleagues, significant other etc…

You’re not going to want to miss this…

*Prices and event dates are subject to change, no refunds. Linked Orange County is a 1 Goodbrain Company and has the right to take really good care of you if anything unforeseen should happen as long as you are nice. All Rights Reserved, 1 Goodbrain Company 2010.

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Joanna Kennedy September 1, 2010 at 10:58 pm

Hello there,

I am the webmaster for the Cal State Fullerton Advertising Club on campus. I would love to promote this event to all of our members but would first like to know if students are invited to network or if the event is strictly for working professionals. We promote many events to bridge the gap between college and career and try to open as many networking opportunities up to our members. Please go ahead and email me at my personal email listed above, or email our membership director at csufullertonadclub@gmail.com.

Thank you!

Joanna Kennedy
CSU Fullerton Advertising Club

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