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Network meeting Spanjeborrel coming up on 12th October 2016 with special guest: Jasper van Dorrestein

Dear readers,

We are organizing a new network meeting, the Spanjeborrel,

on Wednesday 12th of October in Utrecht,

  Theme of the evening:

“Your orange elevator pitch in Spain:

How to use storytelling to succesfully access the Spanish market.”
(And many more)

   With special guest / speaker: Jasper van Dorrestein.

Jasper van Dorrestein

Former director of the Netherlands Business Support Office in Barcelona, founder of La Mesa Naranja, Dutch Network Brussels and the Dutch Chamber of Commerce in Sweden. Owner/founder of BCN Business Agency and Project Manager for content marketing agency OHQ.es

Program:

18:30h: reception with Cava

18:30-20:15h: presentation by: Jasper van Dorrestein

“How to pitch yourself to a Spanish Audience, … or just not.”

20:15h: free networking with tapas and drinks

21:15h: closure 

 Location:

Restaurant Abrikoos

Oudegracht a/d Werf 145-149, Utrecht.

Admission fee:

Eur 30,-

Get your ticket here:

click to order your ticket now

 

Organized by:

Hester Vermazen and Marco Kivit

Hosted by: Hester Vermazen

Sponsored by:

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