Long Beach business networking
Markus Manley and the team at WE Lab (bottom) have taken the empty and filled it with everything an entrepreneur might need while taking their business to the next level. (Top) Artist Dave Van Patten adorns the walls with original art to inspire ideas and foster creativity in the new space.
Long Beach’s very first Mom-e Club has scheduled its launch networking meeting on Thursday, August 25, 2011 at the Kidz Head 2 Toe shop. There is no cost to attend and childcare is available.
The next monthly Long Beach Area Chamber of Commerce Good Afternoon Long Beach Business Networking Lunch is Tuesday October 5, 2010 at Buster’s Beach House. 1st District Councilmember Robert Garcia is the Guest Speaker for the event.
Councilman Gary DeLong
On Tuesday August 3, 2010 Long Beach Area Chamber of Commerce will host Good Afternoon Long Beach Business Networking Lunch with Guest Speaker, 3rd District City Councilman Gary DeLong at Buster’s Beach House.
The Long Beach Area Chamber of Commerce will host a Business Networking Lunch featuring Long Beach Chief of Police, Jim McDonnell as the guest speaker.
Chief McDonnell is a 28‐year police veteran with a history of innovative leadership and community outreach, has taken the lead as the new Chief of Police for the City of Long Beach.
Seats are already filling up! Long Beach’s very first Mompreneurs Live! Group has scheduled its launch meeting on March 11, 2010 at 6:30pm. There is no cost to attend this amazing event. In order to comfortably accommodate the number of new members, the location is to be determined.
Join the businesses at 7th & Redondo (behind Starbucks) this Friday for conversation, tasty treats, and lovely music at a casual new business mixer dubbed Samples on 7th.
The Samples organizers are part of a small but determined group of business owners and residents who want to improve the 7th Street experience.
Catalyst Community will begin hosting a brunch every first Sunday of each month starting Sunday, February 7 from 11:00am – 2:00pm. These brunches provide an opportunity for people from diverse communities to connect and hear about what’s happening in other parts of the city.
Linked !n Long Beach is offering locals an offline opportunity to meet their online connections.
The online group presents its second face-to-face business networking event on February 10, 2010 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
The Small Business Network of Greater Long Beach is proud to announce its formation in order to provide services, education and resources relevant to the needs of small and micro-businesses located within the Greater Long Beach area.