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It looks like this week is another great one for NYC business events. You may be an entrepreneur wanting to grow your skill set. Or a freelancer looking to grow your network. Or you may be a job seeker hunting for the right career opportunities.
In any case, these are some of the top events you should check out if you’re in New York.
The organizers describe Speed Networking for Business Professionals as “a lot like 'Speed Dating' without the 'Dating'.”
According to them, the in-person event is a “structured opportunity” to expand anyone’s professional network. Moreover, the event’s environment is set in a “comfortable, sophisticated and relaxed” atmosphere to ensure it’s fun for all participants.
Speed Networking happens this Monday, April 18 at Midtown’s Flute Bar and Lounge from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Ticket prices are at $23.95 (early birds) and $28.95 (regular admission).
This free virtual career fair is open for all job hunters out there. Attendees can “chat directly with hiring managers, get instant feedback on your resume, and get hired on the spot!”
The 3-hour online job fair is brought to you by HireX. Head over to their website for more details about upcoming job fairs in New York City and other locations.
The Time Management – Maximizing Your Productivity Free Workshop is one of the most anticipated NYC business events this week. Another virtual event, this workshop teaches anyone who wants to learn how to “maximize the effectiveness of (their) time.”
To join, attendees will only need to create an online account. The free online event will happen this April 20, Wednesday. In case you’re not available on that date, another one’s scheduled for April 27.
Check out their Eventbrite posting for more.
The NY Real Estate Entrepreneur Mixer is one of the many NYC business events happening this week. This free event is open for “real estate developers, brokers / agents, designers, architects, investors, lenders, lawyers, and ambitious entrepreneurs.”
All participants are encouraged to wear business casual and to bring their business cards. “Food and drinks will be available for purchase” at the venue, according to the organizers.
So be ready to “connect, learn, and activate” this Thursday at 550 Vanderbilt Avenue, Brooklyn, NY.
Taking place this Friday, April 22, is the Free Career Workshop Series: Leading with Intelligence. This workshop is about “how to boost your emotional quotient to better lead teams, work with peers, and manage up.”
Interested individuals need to create their own accounts to join this free virtual event. Go to Eventbrite for further details.
As the name implies, the Network = Net worth Real Estate Meetup Event gathers real estate professionals in the area. If you’re interested in growing your network (and net worth), this is a good event for you!
According to organizer Damon Bodine, attendance to the event is completely free. Interested parties only need to drop by Williamsburg Starbucks located at 154 North 7th Street, Brooklyn, NY. To find the group, go to the left side of the coffee shop “by the long round table.”
You can also contact Damon via 347-581-2058.
Last but not least, we have The Dream Hub's Spring Pop-up Shop happening this Sunday, April 24.
In their Eventbrite post, we learn that this outdoor event will feature “awesome creative vendors, music, food, and good times.” The posting further tells us that Dream Hub is “a community of aspiring creatives and entrepreneurs.”
If you’re an entrepreneur hoping to reach a new market, this could be “your chance to showcase and sell your offerings.” This pop-up shop will stay open from 12:30 PM up to 5:00 PM. It will be located at 89-60 164th Street, Queens, NY.
So don’t miss it!
General admission is free but take note that vendors will need to pay $50 to join this NYC business event.
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