Thursday 19 September 17:30 - 19:30

Buzzbar
32 Shoreditch High Street
London
E1 6PG

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Thursday summer afternoons at Buzzbar have never been so good - join our Community Drinks event to mingle with your peers and hear from experts in the field.

Every Thursday from 5:30-7:30 pm for the Summer.

18:15: 10 min talk from a Buzzbar specialist from SEO to photography tips.

18:45: 10 min talk from a thought leader - investment to fashion.

Each week we'll have a different theme so watch this space.

We're excited to announce our sponsor, Luxardo, who'll be serving up some summery cocktails.


Thursday 12th September, 5:30-7:30 pmΒ 

with Caroline Petersson (Sifted - backed by The FT), author Lisa Zevi and Luxardo drinks.

6pm:Β The role of the modern entrepreneur: How to build a team with Lisa Zevi

This week's Drink.Link.Think welcomes bestselling author Lisa Zevi (The REAL Entrepreneur) who'll be talking about the importance of entrepreneurs in today’s global economy. Join us for a discussion on how to build the right team around you to make you successful. This is aimed at solo entrepreneurs or those with a small team, looking to attract the right people to get their business flowing effectively.Β 


7pm:
Β Exploring Europe's Start-up scene with Caroline Petersson

Join us for a discussion with Caroline Petersson, Digital Marketing & Community Growth Manager at Sifted, providing insights on the start-up world, it's expansion and pitfalls over the last 5-10 years, and innovations happening in the tech industries.Β 

This insightful talk will examine the changing face of the start-up and tech industries and Caroline's experience and insights from a press perspective.

We'll have sponsored drinks by Luxardo including Limoncello, Bitter Bianco Liquer and Sour Cherry Gin!

Thursday 19th September, 5:30-7:30 pmΒ 
with Matt Mower (The Art of Navigation)

6pm:Β Follow your COMPASS

Join Matt Mower as he takes us through his COMPASS model, exploring the benefits and breakdown of his structural approach. This structural model helps CEOs understand where they are in the process of building software to decide what to focus on next.

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