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Midtown, Manhattan
1411 Broadway Fl 16
Btwn W 39th & W 40th Streets
New York, New York 10018
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Price includes Access on weekend clubhouse and programming from Oct 26-Oct 27
Description
Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 21 and older
Average Class Size: 60

What you'll learn in this lecture class:

BYOP = Bring Your Own Perspective

You're invited to an apéritif with other brunchwork members. Enjoy focused and curated discussions among brunchwork members. The goal is simple, but important: resource and knowledge sharing.

You will enjoy your apéritif in two parts. First, you will connect with other members in your field. Your second apéritif will include a cross-section of specialities from marketing to engineering, data to operations.

Menu

It's BYOP, not BYOB;) We serve coffee, apéritifs and light brunch bites.


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