Euromixer

The San Diego French-American Chamber of Commerce, the German American Chamber of commerce, Swedish- and Finnish American Chamber of Commerce are pleased to host the next EuroMixer.

Topic:

Why Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership will be particularly beneficial for small and mid-sized companies in Europe and in the US

Euromixer Agenda:

– 6.00pm: Welcome appetizers and Cocktail
– 6.45pm: Speaker presentation
– 7.15pm: Networking

Members: $25
Non members: $35
Including one cocktail and food.
Cash Bar for additional drinks

Speaker:

Kimberly Benson is the President of Zenaida Global, a new company which provides advisory services to exporters in the areas of distribution, marketing and finance. Prior to that she served as Vice President of Cange International, Inc., an export management company and consulting firm. In 2007 she was appointed jointly by the US Trade Representative and the US Secretary of Commerce to serve on the Industry Trade Advisory Committee for Small and Minority Business in Washington, DC, a committee focused on US trade policy. In 2014 she was invited to speak to a wide range of business audiences in Belgium, Romania and Poland about the ways TTIP can benefit small businesses in Europe and the US. That same year she also addressed the European Union’s SME Assembly in Naples, Italy.

Event:

With our efforts to develop a social media interactions with our members, here is the  Euromixer Facebook event where you will find all the information about this event as well as a direct link to purchase tickets.
Facebook Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/1691096881146999/

Venue:

Pardon My French Bar & Kitchen takes on where Heat Bar & Kitchen takes off, a popular restaurant in Hillcrest, known for its hearty plates and hands down, the best brunch menu and bottomless lavender mimosas. With this seamless transition, Pardon My French expands on its offerings, by bringing hearty French-California cuisine and a meticulously crafted boutique wine list. From the upbeat tunes reminiscent of Hotel Costes in Paris to the vibrant art collection and rich variety of entertainment, Pardon My French Bar and Kitchen, is set to be bustling with locals and Europhiles alike that enjoy, good food and a fabulous time.

Husband and Wife owners, Eric and Lindsey’s most recent endeavor was the popular Pardon My French Art gatherings that brought art collectors and admirers to various hotspots in town where, carefully curated art pieces were enjoyed while networking with like-minded folks. It was innovative, fun and a great way to enjoy art while meeting new people and reconnecting with old acquaintances.

Pardon My French Bar & Kitchen is set to bring a similar exciting ambiance to life. The large outdoor space, kept warm with a fireplace, also allows for a fun Sunday brunch, complete with a bottomless lavender mimosa and even a freshly cooked plate for your pooch (yes, dog friendly).

Rendez vous at Pardon My French? – https://www.facebook.com/PardonMyFrenchBarKitchen