Announcing a new Meetup for The Triangle Area Chinese Language Meetup Group!
What: Art of Cross-Cultural Networking
When: July 17,[masked]:00 PM
Where: Click the link below to find out!
Meetup Description: Dear NCCBA members and friends:
In July North Carolina Chinese Business Association (NCCBA) will host the Art of Cross-Cultural Networking, a social networking event. A panel of experts will interact in a Q & A format among the audience sharing their experience, expertise and exclusive tips on cross-cultural networking. Opportunity for attendees to network among one another and exercise the skills and techniques learned will be provided. Please feel free to invite your friends and associates to attend this event.
Seating is limited. Register now to secure your seat.
Date: Thursday, July 17, 2008
Time: 6:00-8:30 PM
Location: CED - 100 Capitola Dr., Suite 101, Durham, NC 27713
Pre-registration (closes on 7/14/08 or at capacity):
NCCBA Members: Free for NCCBA member and one guest
Students: $4 (current student ID required)
Students: $7 (current student ID required)
Note: Light snacks and drinks provided.
? Attendees are welcome to share their culinary skills by bringing homemade dishes.
? Labels will be provided to display the chef?s name and the name of the dish of all homemade dishes. (This is a great opportunity to get some name exposure during the networking event!)
Click link http://www.nc-cba.org
The mission of the North Carolina Chinese Business Association (NCCBA) is to be the premier nonprofit organization representing and promoting the interests of the N.C. Chinese business community and those in North Carolina doing business with China. NCCBA serves its members through networking opportunities, advancing knowledge in the creation of successful businesses and facilitating coaching relationships among its members. The association places a special emphasis on entrepreneurial and corporate development in the fields of science and technology. NCCBA strives to be a major catalyst in forging strong China - North Carolina business partnerships. For more information, visit http://www.nc-cba.org
The North Carolina Chinese Business association is looking for a few interested men and women to help us meet our organizational goals. Below is our current list of vacancies. For more information or to submit an application, please email us at [address removed].
Event Coordinator is needed to help organize NCCBA (approximately, bi-monthly) events. Events include: speeches by leaders in business and education, social and networking events, hosting visitors from China, etc. Experience with event coordination is desired but not required. If needed, training will be provided. Must be professional and business friendly. This position will require about 5 hours of work per month, but initially may require more.
NCCBA is starting a newsletter and seeks an Editor to help get this project off the ground. Tasks include planning newsletter content, writing articles, coordinating submission of and editing articles written by others, etc. Must be fluent in English and a good writer. Experience with editing or publishing a newsletter is a plus but not required. This position requires about 5 hours of work per month, but initially may require more.
Webmaster is needed to maintain the NCCBA website at http://www.nc-cba.org
Volunteers are needed to translate press releases and articles from English to Chinese. Press releases are done approximately every 2 weeks. Must be fluent in Chinese and English. This position requires about 5 hours of work per month, but initially may require more.
Event catering specialist
Several catering specialists are needed to help cook and deliver lunch/dinner for NCCBA events held approximately 4-6 times each year. This position requires about 10 hours of work per event.
Per requests, NCCBA accepts membership applications on site before and after the seminar. We encourage professionals and entrepreneurs to join this exciting non-profit organization. Among other benefits, you are invited to members-only social networking events, receptions and seminars such as the one offered here. For more information about NCCBA look us up on the web: http://www.nc-cba.org
or call (919)[masked] if you have questions regarding membership.
Learn more here:http://chinese.meetup.com/332/calendar/8223211/