NYC : Go Global with Greater NY Chamber of Commerce – May 23rd World Trade Week Cocktail Reception


Network with top international trade leaders, foreign consulates & members of the Greater NY ChamberWednesday, May 23rd 2012

5:30 pm till 8:00 pm

In the General Society Library

20 W. 44th Street (between 5th & 6th)

Established in 1820, this famous tradesmen library is located in our landmarked headquarters building! It soars to a height of three stories and is topped by a magnificent skylight!

Special Keynote Speaker

Dr. Mitch Leventhal

Vice Chancellor for Global Affairs, SUNY

Sponsored by:

Katella Travel Management-

Katella Travel Management is committed to providing superior cost saving customer service with innovative and responsible travel and event management.

General Admission

Members $20 Guests $35

Includes networking cocktail reception

Sponsorship Opportunities

$100 VIP TICKETS…includes verbal recognition at program

$400 Display Sponsor… name in program & 6 foot tabletop display

$1500 Premier Sponsor…display plus name on all press releases & invitations, logo in program & on entry signs

Please RSVP at

Call our offices for additional information 212-686-7220

Additional donations made payable to the: Chamber Fund; an IRS approved 501 C3 charitable foundation will help SUNY Global Center & Confucius Institute for Business.

• Location New York, NY10036•  ADDRESS 20 W. 44th Street•  Cost $ 20 for members / $ 35 non members•  time 5:30PM – 8:00PM

•  contact Please RSVP online or call 212-686-7220

About the Greater NY Chamber

The mission of the Chamber is to improve the business climate and quality of living in the New York Metropolitan Area for residents, workers and visitors. It provides valuable services to over 20,000 business and civic leaders who represent the backbone of the Greater New York business community.

Every day, the chamber helps small businesses and corporations grow and save money! Its staff handles hundreds of phone calls, mail requests, e-mail messages and business meetings. The Chamber has formed alliances with business leaders, trade associations, sister chambers, government agencies, civic officials & foreign dignitaries to accomplish its goals of business & community service.

The Chamber also promotes networking, educational forums and international trade events. It produces an economic development guide and hosts its world famous Internet site the original Chamber of Commerce On-Line

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