As we said in a previous post our guest speaker at the next Business Network Korea Meetup is Ron Cahoon who is a business coach with SFA Consulting here in Korea.
Ron Cahoon helps Korean organizations win conferences that are hosted at the Coex. Ron provides persuasive presentation skills training and presentation bid coaching. He is from San Jose, California, has lived in Korea since 2001, is the Public Relations Officer for Korea Toastmasters, and is the proud parent of a 2.5 year old boy named Sejong.
Our next Business Network Korea event is scheduled for Saturday 28 December 2013 at 2pm.
It will be in our usual venue Coex in Seoul but in Room 327 this time.
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Our next Business Network Korea will be on Saturday 23 November 2013 at Coex in Seoul.
Come and join like minded individuals.
Saturday 23rd November 2013
2pm – 5pm
Coex Meeting Room 300
3rd Floor Coex
Samseong-dong, Gangnam-gu (Directions below)
Inclusive of light refreshments
To attend the event you can either prepay or pay at the door.
20,000 KRW prepay by bank transfer
20,000 KRW at the door if you RSVP (cash only)
25,000 KRW at the door – NO RSVP (cash only)
Bank Name: Woori Bank
Account Name: World Markets (McLeod Justin Raymon)
Account Number: 1005-102-318996
Reference for bank deposits: Just Your “FULL NAME”
Bank transfers MUST be processed 24 hours prior to the event start time and date.
Refunds available up to 48hrs before event (minus any bank transfer fees)
About our events:
Our events have a special activity called “Speed Networking” which is where you meet every person for 1-2 minutes. Exchange business cards and build your networks.
We are not one of the usual network groups that charge over $50 and are held at some swanky restaurant or club. We hold our events on a Saturday afternoon about every 8 weeks and we hold them at a very distinguished business conference location. We do not provide alcohol. The cost is low. Only enough to cover the venue, guest speaker and refreshments.
If you are serious about getting upwards of 30 – 40 or more business cards from real people in one afternoon then BNK is for you.
IMPORTANT NOTE: You should bring at least 100 business cards to each event. Any cards you do not give out in the “Speed Networking” activity can be placed on the “Pick Up a Business Card Table” at the end of the event for everyone to take.
How to get to the BNK Meetup
Just click on the links below
• Subway (We recommend Line 2, Samseong Station Exit 5)
• Bus (Room 300 is closest to the East Gate)
• Car (Room 300 is closest to Gate 5)
Make your way to the third floor of the Coex Trade Show Atrium (above the mall) and look for Room 300.
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We had our first Business Network Korea (BNK) event at Coex on Saturday 28 September 2013 and it was a great event for many reasons.
This first BNK Meetup at Coex was special because the BNK founder Tony Choi officially handed over Business Network Korea to Justin McLeod and Liam Lusk who co-organized this event.