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We’re back in Buckhead on December 14th. WeWork Co-Working Space is our destination for professional networking and holiday celebration this month, two weeks before the New Year. We're doing something different with guest speaker Brad Stevens kicking off the event with a presentation on "The Power of Virtual Assistants and Freelancers: The New Way to Get More Done in Your Life, Business and Career with Less Time and Money."
What you get:
– Complimentary parking
– Delicious complimentary appetizers
– Your name entered in a drawing for prizes from our sponsor(s)
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Network Over 40 exists at the intersection of friendship and business. We understand that we live in a connection economy, and the foundation to success in career and personal life hinges on genuine relationships with real people. Our events are designed to help you build local community and turn transactional, tedious networking events into fun, meaningful experiences! We do this in different areas of town and vary our venue vibes so that you can choose which are a fit for you.
Located in the major commercial and financial hub of Buckhead, this Atlanta office space is surrounded by office towers, condominiums, and hotels. The WeWork Buckhead co-working space consists of two buildings: Buckhead North and Buckhead South, each with two levels dedicated to WeWork. With plenty of indoor and outdoor areas, this office space is perfect for hosting events of any size. Members also have access to outdoor bike racks, a wellness room, and lots of other amenities.
This diverse office space attracts an array of members from software developers to marketing and branding companies. A 15-minute drive from downtown via I-85, this office space is close to a parking garage. Part of the MARTA rail system, the Buckhead Station is just five minutes away. Don’t miss Farm Burger and Chama Gaúcha, popular dining spots next door that attracts many members. Immerse yourself in one of the city’s most entrepreneurial neighborhoods at WeWork Buckhead.
This month's non-profit is Corporate Kid. Corporate Kid is opening doors for high-achieving students who are defying the odds at home or in "environmentally at risk neighborhoods." We are giving these teens a chance to change the trajectory of their lives by introducing them to highly successful business leaders in "Real World" business settings. These contacts will develop into friendship that may last for years.
Parking: Free self-parking in the lot. As always, consider using Uber, Lyft, or a taxi.