Want to meet people and network, but hate the formality of it all?

Well, the Savvy Business Network of Northern Virginia has got you covered with their Summer Patio Party, which will feature beer, food, music, local vendors, and a friendly, easy-going atmosphere that will take all the stress out of chatting up someone new. Here are the details you need to know for seamless networking at the Summer Patio Party at Tysons Biergarten this Thursday. WHEN: Thursday, June 7, 2018 | 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. WHERE: Tysons Biergarten |8346 Leesburg Pike, Tysons, VA 22182 COST: Free to attend. Drinks and food are not included and can be purchased at the establishment. You may RSVP to the event here. [caption id="attachment_9650" align="aligncenter" width="680"]networking Courtesy of Virginia.org[/caption] DETAILS: The Savvy Business Network was founded by Meryl Greenhill in Northern Virginia, who was looking to connect and meet up with “savvy” individuals in the area both for professional and social purposes.
“The events are free for attendees to network and enjoy. Events feature fashion shows, speakers, dozens of vendors, food, drink and fun.”
The company hosts regular events in the area and offers free advertising to vendors who sign up for vendor tables. It’s a great, cost-effective opportunity to meet new people, network, and have some fun, too! Make sure you stay up-to-date with their schedule, so you don't miss an event!
On Thursday, June 7, The Savvy Business Network is throwing a Summer Patio Party at Tysons Biergarten. Sip on one of the many selections of German and Belgian beers as you mingle around the room. Check out the participating vendors, and shop their products on the spot if you find something you love. The party will also feature live karaoke to keep the lively atmosphere going all night long. You can find out more information about the event here. [caption id="attachment_9649" align="aligncenter" width="784"]networking Courtesy of savvybusinessnetwork.com[/caption] What’s your favorite way to network? Let us know in the comments below!

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