Can you believe the San Diego Biotechnology Network is three years old now? We held our first SDBN event in November of 2008, and our objective was to improve networking opportunities for local biotech professionals. After 3 years, how are we doing? We’d like to celebrate and also get your feedback on how we can help you even more in 2012. Join us again at Green Flash in Mira Mesa from 5:30-8:30 p.m. December 12th for some great networking, food, and beer (for purchase, non-alcoholic beverages available as well). Last time we had upwards of 130 people, and this time we’ve got the place to ourselves and we’ll also get tours of the facility. Beer is biochemistry, and two of the founders of Green Flash worked at Invitrogen back in the day!
In addition, we’ll do the ever popular ‘introduce a colleague’ activity. We?ll collect business cards from those interested in participating, each take one, then find and learn about the person we each drew. Then, we?ll each introduce the person we drew at the microphone. It’s a great way to meet people, practice your presentation skills, and get exposure.
This event is available for sponsorship, contact us for more information.
Who: Biotechnology professionals in the greater San Diego area
What:SDBN December 12th 2011 3rd Anniversary Party at Green Flash Tasting Room
When: Monday, December 12th 2011, 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Where: Green Flash Tasting Room, 6550 Mira Mesa Boulevard, San Diego, CA 92121 (Directions below)
Cost: $25/20 ($50 for recruiters), includes dinner (TBD gourmet food truck). Beverages available for purchase (30 Green Flash beers on tap, soda, complimentary water)
For more information about the event: https://sdbn.org/december
Directions: From the west: From the 805 North or South exit Mira Mesa Blvd, head east for 2.0 miles, the Green Flash Tasting Room will be on the left/north side of the street at Flanders Drive. From the east: From the 15 North or South exit Mira Mesa Blvd, head west for 3.6 miles, the Green Flash Tasting Room will be on the right/north side of the street at Flanders Drive.
Parking: The Green Flash lot holds about 70 cars, so come early and carpool if you’d like to park there. You can also park on the street, but be very mindful that there are some poorly marked ‘no parking’ areas, especially on Sequence where there is a center lane.