Keizai Society Summer Networking Event
Sunday, August 14, 2011 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (PDT)
Early Registration by 11pm on Aug. 9 (Tues): $25 (teens & adult), $15 (6-12 yrs old)
Late Registration by 11pm on Aug.12 (Fri): $40 (teens & adult), $25 (6-12 yrs old)
Walk-ins*: $60 (teens & adult), $40 (6-12 yrs old) *Walk-ins are welcome, but room is limited and may not be available.
Food (BBQ, dessert, and more) and beverages are included Dress Code: Fun-Casual Feel free to bring your own game equipment.
Keizai Society presents our summer networking event on 8/14/2011 (Sun) in Washington Park, Sunnyvale! Built in 1945 it remains one of Sunnyvale’s most popular parks. This well-shaded, 12-acre, park offers lots of fun for everyone. The setting is perfect for relaxing and meeting people while enjoying delicious food. This event is ideal for both networking and catching up with old acquaintances or making new ones! Moreover, the park’s green open field also offers your family members, significant other and friends a place to enjoy outdoor activities, such as playing football, baseball, soccer etc.
Keizai Society’s theme for the remainder of 2011 is “Recovery and Renewal – Toward a New Japan of Compassion and Growth.” Going forward, all 2011 programs of Keizai Society will be dedicated to building awareness of the crisis in Japan and sustaining Japan’s recovery efforts. As our prayers continue to go out to the victims of the March 11th earthquake and tsunami, let’s take this opportunity to build friendships and celebrate the progress that has been made thus far in Japan’s effort to recover.
Due to the anticipated number of attendees, early registration is highly recommended. We cannot guarantee that there will be room for walk-ins.
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Keizai Society (http://keizai.org) is a Silicon Valley based business and professional networking organization. One of its primary purposes is to provide a venue of programs that showcase specialists with expertise on issues critical to the success of entrepreneurs and companies doing business with Japan and the U.S. Founded in 1990 in San Francisco, Keizai Society¹s audience includes people from the worlds of business, academia and politics in the Bay Area and elsewhere. Keizai Society enables broad yet intimate networking among its audience members. In addition to establishing a sense of collegiality, networking provides opportunities to exchange information, share advice, offer inspiration, and expand business possibilities. Among other benefits, Keizai Society participants report that they often receive business referrals and ideas how to expand and enrich their businesses.