Brookline Chamber Hosts Successful After Hours Networking Event
The Brookline Chamber of Commerce recently sponsored another in its series of After Hours Networking events. The last monthly get-together was held on Wednesday, September 19, 2012 at Durty Harry’s, 417 Harvard Street, from 5:30-7:30 pm. Current members, new members and prospective members were present. Attendance was of a both human and canine mix as owners were encouraged to bring their pets to this dog-friendly event. There were many networking opportunities.
Durty Harry’s owner Anne Tiffin welcomed guests. She shared the many services that her store provides including do-it-yourself washing, dog grooming, and pet supplies and food. Amid delicious tacos provided by Chamber member Dorado Tacos & Cemitas, participants had a chance to network with new and ongoing business colleagues and customers. During the event, participants individually introduced themselves and spoke about their businesses.
Chamber members and guests alike attest to the great opportunities these networking events offer. The Chamber’s monthly after hours networking events are a must for those who are looking to do serious networking with others in the Brookline business community and beyond. Beyond the advantages to a business, these Chamber events offer a chance to connect socially to fellow Brookline business owners. We are a tightly-knit business community dedicated to helping one another prosper in business.
Danna Remen, from The Brookline Education Foundation attended and spoke of her experience: “Members of Brookline’s Chamber of Commerce are truly a supportive crew, and Durty Harry’s was an excellent venue for discovering businesses in Brookline, discussing the work we all do, as well as socializing. The Brookline Education Foundation (BEF) is already acting on several valuable relationships made at the event.”
After hours networking events are free for Chamber members and $20 for guests.
ABOUT THE BROOKLINE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: The mission of the Brookline Chamber of Commerce is to promote and advance the continued success of Brookline as a thriving community in which to live, work and do business. The Chamber takes a leadership role in the business community for Growth, Advocacy, Information and Networking.
The Brookline Chamber of Commerce is an independent, non-political organization, not affiliated with any other Chamber of Commerce, locally or nationally. Beverly Zibrak is the President of The Word Doc and a Brookline Chamber member.