When: Tuesday February 16th, 6-9pm
Where: 116 Pike St Seattle WA 98121
** Venue and Date Change from Corbu Lounge 2/18**
Get a jump on your New Year’s resolutions by building a network to help you reach your goals. It starts by networking with hundreds of local professionals and entrepreneurs right after work on Tuesday February 16th at Hard Rock Cafe (116 Pike St). RSVP now to make great connections in a fun and relaxed atmosphere from 6pm-9pm.
In general, events are for guests 21 and over. However there are some exceptions, please inquire regarding the event in question.
Yes. Make sure you bring plenty of business cards. If you do not have business cards with you, don't expect your new contacts to remember you.
No. There is no need to bring a paper ticket with you. However if your RSVPd on the day of the event, it is best to bring a copy of your receipt just in case you are not on the list.
Name Badges are filled out as you arrive so your guests name is not necessary.
Bring a lot of business cards. You can never have too many, you never know how many good contacts you will meet.
No. A resume is not needed for the event. If you meet someone you would like to give your resume to, make a note to email them after the event.
All tickets are non-refundable. If you are unsure that you can attend the event, we offer a pay at the door option which is payable upon arrival.
Events are business casual. Most guests are coming directly from work and therefore wear their work attire.
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