CommonTruce Social: The Exchange *Networking Event at The Park at 14th

CommonTruce invites you to unwind and socialize with other local Washington, D.C. professionals and entrepreneurs on Thursday, March 31, 2016 at The Park at Fourteenth between 5p – 8p.

Doors open at 5PM and seating will be on FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS.

MUST RSVP HERE TO ATTEND (FREE)

Wristbands will be provided upon arrival.

What is CommonTruce: The Exchange?

Face-to-face networking is the best way to start real relationships that can be nurtured to become customers and even partnerships.

The Exchange is a platform which promotes individuals making the needed connections while expanding their network in efforts to help fuel career or business goals.

Guest Speaker: Chanel Spellman

Have a LinkedIn profile?

Chanel Spellman is a Customer Success Manager for LinkedIn Corporation. She will be providing helpful information in efforts to improve your online profile.

We are all ambassadors of our professional brand. Our knowledge and expertise, the way we engage with others and represent ourselves through our profiles, is vital to our success.

In this informal and interactive session, you will learn how to best express your professional passions, aspirations, achievements and have the chance to transform your own profile on LinkedIn, the biggest professional network in the world, based on the information you will be provided with.

*Make sure you bring enough business cards to exchange.

Doors open at 5PM and seating will be on FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS.

MUST RSVP HERE TO ATTEND (FREE)

Wristbands will be provided upon arrival.

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