AYC Let's Talk with the Greater Austin Asian Chamber
Thursday, April 11, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM (CDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Are you bored with the same old networking events? Looking for a new way to build your network besides trading business cards? Let’s Talk is a fun and proactive way to take business networking to the next level. Rather than a simple trading of business cards, we will engage in conversations regarding a variety of topics which will not only introduce you to new people but also make stronger contacts in efforts to build relationships. Join us for a fun and interactive event that will provide an opportunity to make solid connections.
Plus this month, the Greater Austin Asian Chamber of Commerce with be joining us! This is a great opportunity to learn more about their organization and meet some new Austin business leaders!The GAACC is the leading partner for driving local economic growth for businesses with ties to Asia and Asian Americans. Their mission is to promote Asian American community as a catalyst for local and global economic growth through advocacy, connections and education.
6:10pm- AYC's Let's Talk
7:30pm- Reception and Networking
*Drinks and appetizers will be provided.
Event Testimonials: "I enjoyed meeting new members and the interactions between members at the different topic tables. Our members at the event were very sociable and made friends and connections very quickly. Smiles all the way around."- John F.
"A lot of people tell me Let's Talk is their favorite AYC event!"- Kindra Z.
"I liked the round table style of rotating discussions and topics."- Cassidy V.
Special thank you to our Let's Talk program sponsor Texas Evening MBA!
Ranked among the top ten part-time MBA programs by U.S. News & World Report (2011), the Texas Evening MBA program is designed for rising managers and seasoned professionals who seek a flexible path to an MBA that will allow them to continue working throughout their study. If you envision yourself needing managerial, analytical and quantitative skills to lead in your industry or these skills are already demanded of you in your current role, the Texas Evening MBA program will help you build a portfolio of knowledge and expertise that may be applied to a variety of careers. Here, you will get the best preparation available and a reputable University of Texas degree and alumni network that will travel anywhere. Our students have varied backgrounds and work experience, and we seek diverse individuals to create a collaborative, well-rounded class.
Seating is limited, so get registered today!
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Austin Young Chamber of Commerce
AYC is a membership organization dedicated to developing and connecting young professionals in Austin to create business, community and individual success.