SDBN July 23rd Speed Networking: Build Your Team
It’s time again for our ever popular speed networking event July 23rd! We hold this occasion semiannually and we always get a big, enthusiastic crowd. This time we’ll focus on helping you build the team which will help meet your goals. We’ll provide useful information and you’ll get the opportunity to connect with many biotech and life science professionals in a fun environment.
Building a team is important whether you’re looking for a job, searching for new clients, or just want to get to know people in the industry. At our events you’ll meet everyone from grad students to CEOs, and we’ve heard many great stories about useful connections that have been made through the SDBN. If you want to know how speed networking works, check out this guide.
These days, there are many tools you can use to build your team, including professional societies, LinkedIn, and other types of social media. During registration, we’ll ask you a few questions, and we’ll tailor an interactive presentation for the event which will help you find the right connections.
Who: Life science researchers and professionals in the greater San Diego area
What: July 23rd Speed Networking: Build Your Team
When: Monday, June 23rd 2012, 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Where:Green Flash Brewery Tasting Room, 6550 Mira Mesa Boulevard San Diego, 92121 (directions below)
Cost: $25/20 (Academic), dinner provided, beer and soda available for purchase.
For more information about the event: http://sdbn.org/july
Directions: From the west: From the 805 North or South exit Mira Mesa Blvd, head east for 2.0 miles, the Green Flash Tasting Room will be on the left/north side of the street at Flanders Drive. From the east: From the 15 North or South exit Mira Mesa Blvd, head west for 3.6 miles, the Green Flash Tasting Room will be on the right/north side of the street at Flanders Drive.
Parking: The Green Flash lot holds about 70 cars, so come early and carpool if you’d like to park there. You can also park on the street, but be very mindful that there are some poorly marked ‘no parking’ areas, especially on Sequence where there is a center lane.