Berlin Alumni Networking Event

Start time: 18:00 / End time: 23:00 / Date: 21 Sep 2019 / Venue: Kurpfalz-Weinstuben, Wilmersdorfer Str. 93 | 10629 Berlin, 10629 Berlin.

Open to: University of Liverpool Alumni

Type: Networking Event

Cost:

Contact: For more information contact Andy Harrison at

Website: https://alumni.liv.ac.uk/online-event-registration


About the event

Alumni in Germany are invited to join Alumni Ambassadors for the region, Falguni Sehon-Tawadia (MBA Business Administartion 2006) and Oliver Kroener (MBA Business Administartion 2006), along with Caroline Mitchell and Andy Harrison from the Alumni team, on 21 September for an informal alumni event in Berlin.

The event will include a free walking tour*, starting from the historic Brandenburg Gate, followed by dinner and drinks at Kurpfalz-Weinstuben, Wilmersdorfer Str. 93 | 10629 Berlin. You can register for either or both events via the online booking form, more details will be sent out before the event. Friends and family are very welcome to attend.

If you are travelling from outside of Berlin, you may wish to combine your visit with an overnight stay and take advantage of the alumni discount at one of the hotels in the city.

For any questions or more information, please contact either Falguni via: tawadia@web.de or call +49 (0)177 27 29713, or Oliver via: oliverkroener@t-online.de or call +49 (0) 157 539 90745.BOOK NOW

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