VIEW PHOTOS | 4th Friday Networking with AGLCC @ Amsterdam
Not satisfied with just surviving a crash course on networking, the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce put those lessons learned to work during its 4th Friday Networking last Friday.
The gay business group partnered with the Atlanta Executive Network the night before at Jungle for March Madness, an annual event that offers tips on networking to the assembled business professionals and then puts them to work with a course in speed networking.
The next day, AGLCC gathered at Amsterdam for its monthly 4th Friday Networking to cocktail, converse and try out the tips they picked up the night before.
Up next for AGLCC: 4th Friday Networking on April 23 at the Artmore Hotel.
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