North Valley Chamber holds business breakfast

May 16, 2012 by  

Between the North Valley Regional Chamber’s own breakfast on May 22 and the Network Connection Breakfast set to take place on the May 30, Northridge-based professionals are getting a unique opportunity to learn while expanding their own networks this month.

It all begins next week with the North Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce hosting a breakfast on Tuesday, May 22. During this upcoming event, Councilwoman and mayoral candidate Jan Perry will be giving a presentation entitled “Growing Businesses and Creating Jobs in Los Angeles”. Taking place at the Porter Valley Country Club, the early start time of 7:00 am is appealing to local professionals for a number of reasons. With fees listed at $20 for those who register early, $25 after May 17, and $30 at the door, interested individuals can make their own decisions from there.

As far as events that are good cause to contact a printing company over business card printing go, it will be tough find a more suitable opportunity than the Network Connection Breakfast. Being hosted through the nearby San Fernando Valley Chamber, these breakfasts are considered the largest networking events of their kind. Running from 7:15 am to 9:00 am, this one bears some similarity to the North Valley breakfast in terms of the convenience of the scheduling. Priced at $30 for non-members who register before May 27th and $35 afterwards, Northridge professionals should not let this event go amiss either.

Those who are interested in being at either one of these meet-ups are encouraged to contact the hosting chamber for more information.