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Club Event: Back by popular demand, Grow your FCC Network!

Date: 10 Jul 2014 01:00 PM — 02:00 PM | Venue:

Angie Lau – Bloomberg Anchor
Nan-Hie In – Freelance Writer & Editor
Tim Huxley – Chief Executive, Wah Kwong Maritime Transport Holdings Ltd.


7:00pm – 8:30pm

Limited Seat Available

Topic: Back by popular demand, Grow your FCC Network!

Each F.C.C. Speed Networking event we’ve held sold out. The success has already been widely felt by attendees. We hope you’ll join us for the next event which continues to aim to connect our members with each other.

WHO: Limited Capacity: 16 Journalists & 16 Associate Members.

WHY: The F.C.C. is one of the most colorful, diverse, professional press clubs in the world. The strength of the club lies in its memberships of journalists, correspondents and associate members from various sectors. How can we help each other?

WHEN: Come for this fun evening of joviality, building connections, and fun networking ! We promise you’ll come away with an expanded F.C.C. family ready to help you in your job or career.

HOW: Bring extra business cards and get ready to expand your network. It’s a great opportunity for our associate members to meet correspondent members and vice versa! Afterwards, no holds barred networking over cocktails and drinks.

Please note: Out of consideration for the event, if you sign up and cannot show up, please alert F.C.C. immediately as we do have a waiting list. In addition, all sign ups will be charged whether you attend or not

Reservations will be accepted via email only and limited to one seat per Membership account.

$100 (MEMBERS ONLY) – Includes 2 drinks

Please reserve with the FCC concierge at (tel) 2521 1511, (fax) 2868 4092
or (email) [email protected]


Confirmation will be sent to you once your booking is accepted. If you do not receive a confirmation within two working days, please contact our Concierge.
No cancellations will be accepted after noon on Monday, July 7.

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