The Harvard Business Society is set to throw one of its largest unprecedented events in its history with “HBS Global Networking Night.” On a single night, in cities around the world, HBS Alumni will gather for an evening of drinks, socializing, and most importantly— networking. HBS’ Global Networking Night will be held at the beautiful Embassy of France, complementing the prestige of this event and its guests.
“We are very excited to host Harvard Business School alumni from all over the DC-Maryland-Virginia area—giving our friends and members a unique opportunity to meet at the Global Networking Night and hopefully develop future friendships and business partnerships,” says Antonio Alves, Executive Vice President and CFO of the Harvard Business School Club of Washington, DC. “It will be exciting for all of us alumni to have one night where we feel connected with HBS alumni from all over the world—so many ideas can flourish from just bringing together the right group of people.”
The HBS Club of Washington DC aims to support the Harvard Business School and its Washington-Area alumni in making a difference in the world. Since its inception in 1933, the HBS Club of Washington DC has organized numerous dinner meetings and networking events to galvanize the entrepreneurial spirits of Harvard’s graduates. Over the last few years, Corporate nights and “Power Breakfasts” became a club tradition, allowing recent graduates to bond with Harvard members of Congress and other senior influential executive from various industries.
This event will also feature a special performance from up-and-coming singer Lauren Jenkins, who is set to perform a 45 minute live concert following the reception. HBS’ Global Networking Night will feature a cocktail reception with wine and hors d’oeuvres. Guests will also be treated to the elegance of the French Embassy’s décor. The event is also open to non-members who may be interested in joining the club. This networking event is one not to be missed.
Registration and more information can be found here: http://www.hbsclubwdc.net/article.html?aid=600