Take Your Career to New Heights

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Friday, July 17, 2009 

under Education & Career by Jaki Faulkner

Established eight years ago, the FC (Fortune Connection) Club is one of China's largest English-speaking networking organizations that hosts regular get-togethers for job seekers and corporate contact-makers. Each event provides a good opportunity to find future employers, meet new business acquaintances, or just socialize and make new friends from Shanghai business circles.

Active in three Chinese cities, the FC Club has developed into a burgeoning networking organization and has hosted more than 350 events in Shanghai, Beijing and Hong Kong. These events serve a rapidly growing community, which now boasts more than 45,000 active members.

On average, 150 professionals attend each event, along with around 30 human resources recruiters and head hunters - who all wear flashing badges and name labels, so you'll easily spot who to target as you attempt to climb the next rung on the career ladder.

In addition to the main meetings, the FC Club hosts a range of dedicated social networking events and activities for Business and Finance; Media, Sales and Marketing; Fashion and Luxury Brands; and Supply Chain and Logistics professionals.

Many FC Club attendees are active, mid-career professionals who bring global experience to their respective industries and sectors. Others attend for social reasons - to meet old friends and to make new ones believing that it is often not what you know but who you know that makes the big difference in career development.
The FC Club's next meeting will be held on July 23 at the Hotel Equatorial (7-10.30pm). The emphasis will be on preparing your guanxi for doing business in China.
RSVP in advance for a special discounted rate of RMB80 per person (RMB130 at the door) including a complimentary drink, finger food and lucky draw.

The Bottom Line: A great way to meet future employers & make new contacts in a relaxing environment.


View Fortune Connection Club Information



where should i reserve in advance for special discounted rate?


May 03, 2010