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Downtown Miami, better known as Brickell to locals, is the bustling business district of Miami. Business professionals, real estate agents, bankers, entrepreneurs and small business owners comprise a large portion of the residents and businesses in Brickell. Which we love and why Brickell networking events are so popular and thrive more-so than other types of events. Networking is an undeniably important aspect of doing business, regardless of your field. You can never know too many people, especially here in Miami.
On Thursday, October 10th Brickell Living will have their Brickell Fall Crawl, a networking event that caters to business minded individuals. When asked why they’ve put this event together, they’ll simply answer To give back and gain relationships. Which in many ways is the perfect answer – it embodies exactly what Brickell networking events are about.
Three Brickell bars will be participating – Fado Irish Pub, Blue Martini and Taverna Opa – all local favorites. Brickell Living’s first network crawl was held earlier this year at the end of may with local establishments Temaris, Kukaramakara, and El Vato all participating. Now with new sponsors and venues participating, this network crawl is sure to sell out.
The event will kick off at Fado Irish Pub from 6:30pm – 7:50pm. After Fado comes Taverna Opa from 8pm – 10pm (the longest stop of the night). Finally Blue Martini from 10pm – 11pm. That’s a total of about 4 hours of hardcore networking with hundreds of professionals, which coincidentally also gives you more than enough time to try out Fado’s stuffed cheese puffs, Taverna Opa’s wood fire grilled entree’s and Blue Martini’s BBQ chicken flatbread.
In an on-going effort to promote interaction within the community, event organizers have pledged 30% of all revenue generated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, a foundation which grants extremely ill children’s wishes, whatever they may be. Can’t make it but would love to donate? You can do that too by CLICKING HERE. Early bird tickets are sold out, but $15 general admission tickets are still available by CLICKING HERE.
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