Join the 2nd Annual Venture Challenge Awards Ceremony! The Awards Ceremony will feature the Venture Challenge finalists, 90-second pitches, and an Audience Choice Award (half of your ticket will sweeten this pot). We will award $40,000 in seed funding, and wrap up the evening with a lively reception to include networking, tapas, and more. Agenda
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Written by awcsa on Nov 2 2016 - 9:22pm
Join us for the November Professional Development Luncheon featuring Malinda Gaul who will speak to the importance of women's involvement in civic organizations. She'll explain how to develop a focus to avoid burnout, how to advance to a higher level of involvement, and an overview of options for community, professional and civic involvement.
Written by BethanyEast PR on Jan 1 2015 - 6:49pm
An annual event, now in its second year, hosted by Christian and Uche Ogba of BethanyEast PR & Mgmt. Consulting. This event has been a platform for bringing together native San Antonians and transplants in an effort to increase commerce and long-lasting friendships. Great food, free wine and of course the Good People are what make this free event stand out as a "not your average mixer" as local entrepreneurs and initiative drivers are invited to present small talks on their latest projects or causes.
Written by BethanyEast PR on Jan 4 2014 - 4:43pm
Hosted by entrepreneurial duo, Christian and Uche Ogba of BethanyEast PR, Good People will be a different approach to networking. The evening will be an informal introduction of San Antonio’s most extraordinary new business owners. From design professionals to a CFO and modern religious advisors. The evening will include light refreshments, mingling and chatting, while Team Ogba personally introduces especially invited guests including:
Written by Antonio Rodriguez on Jul 18 2012 - 6:55pm
The Office of Historic Preservation will host a Summer Networking event with the aim of introducing community members to the property owners, designers and professionals that work behind the scenes to maintain the city's history and architecture.