Sydney, Australia, March 27, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- How important is Asia to Australia in the business world? It’s not hard to believe that the combination of Mandarin and Cantonese is now the most widely spoken foreign language in Australia. With Sydney of course now home to the largest Asian population in Australia, means the opportunities to meet global people locally is better than ever.
With this in mind, Infusion Networking Nights was founded by Sandra Lie and initially established to foster the relationship building opportunities for both Asian and Australian business owners, professionals and entrepreneurs. Based upon a distinctive concept that the more Australia and Asia and the greater business worlds are continuing to do business with each other, the more important it will be for business people and organizations in both worlds to meet and exchange valuable inside information.
On Thursday 10th April, an excellent opportunity exists for businesses and organizations to attend the first event of the new 2008 series of Infusion Networking Nights. Held at Sydney’s newest hotel, St James Hotel, Infusion will feature guest speaker Michael Brecht, CEO of ZaaBiz.Com.Au; Australia’s largest online platform for business people. Discover how to be an effective business networker and how to build new relationships in the digital online space.
Cost to attend Infusion Networking is $15 when you RSVP online by Monday 7 April or $20 at door. Be sure to secure your attendance as space is limited. Doors open 6:30pm and guest speaker action at 7:15pm.
So whether you’re a business owner, start-up, entrepreneur or a professional with an Asia-Pacific focus, this Infusion Networking night is definitely the ideal event to meet new people, grow your contacts and improve your business.
To find out more about the upcoming Infusion Networking event or to find out how you can be involved with speaking opportunities, visit www.infusion.org.au or email firstname.lastname@example.org