Do you breathe JADE? Do you speak ENTREPRENEURSHIP? First National MeetingFirst National Meeting 31st March-3rd April
SUCCESSKeywords of the event JE JI BUSINESS PARTY M O N A A R I TRADITIONS D A E J DEVELOPMENT ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Agenda: Thursday, 31st of March Official Launch of JADE Romania 17.00-20.00 – Cocktail event Special Guests: CEOs of Romanian companies, JADE Romania’s founders, our Dress Code: cocktail JEs, Romanian Entrepreneurs and press 20-22 – Dinner and networking 22-4 - Club We’ll talk about: There will be networkingThere will be champaign Aaaand then, we’ll party! All in one amazing city!
Friday, 1st of April 8-8.45 Breakfast (at Hotel) 9-11.30 Opening Ceremony (A.S.E Uni) Dress code: Business 11.30-12 Coffee Break 12-14 Workshop 1 (Stories from successful entrepreneurs) 14-15.30 Lunch 15.30-17.30 Workshop 2 (Stories from guest JEs) 17.30-18 Launch contest 18-18.30 Tranfer to the hotelSmart Casual Dress code: 19.40-21.30 Traditional Dinner > 22 The Vault Club Dinner @Carul cu Bere Party @ The Vault Traditional dancing @Carul cu Bere
Saturday, 2nd of April8-8.45 Breakfast (at Hotel) 9-10 – Icebreaking exercises among teams 10-11.30 Work session 1 Dress code: Business 11.30-12 Coffee Break General Assembly 12-13.30 Work Session 2 13.30-15 Lunch 15-16 Presenting final projects 16-16.30 Special Workshop 9-18 16.30-18 Closing Ceremony (Awards) 18-18.30 Transfer to hotelBusiness Smart Dress code: 18.30-20 Hotel break 20-22 Dinner > 22.30 Bellagio CLUBExperience Traditional Food Bellagio Club
Sunday, 3rd of April CITY TOUR! Dress code: Casual The Paysant Museum Triumphala walk down Arch„CaleaVictoriei”, justlike royalties Romanianused to, a Athenaeumcouple ofcenturies ago. University Square Palace of Parliament
What you need to know about Bucharest... Bucharest is a city filled with history and culture, but also joyful and entertaining, allowing young people to socialize and get in touch with the latest news. If you decide to have a weekend city- break in Bucharest, you should know that there are many places to head to. The Old Historical Center of Bucharest is the place that gives you the chance to taste Bucharest’s old flavor. Perhaps the citys unique charm can be best observed in the area known as Lipscani. Once a glamorous residential area, the old city centre is now slowly being refashioned into an upscale neighborhood. Dont forget to stop by Hanul cu Tei, which is a rectangular courtyard between Lipscani Street and Blanari Blanari, home to an array of art and antiques shops. Bucharest offers the big opportunities to young and ambitious people to develop their entrepreneurial skills and to improve their professional careers. More and more organization encourage creativity and innovation among students. Bucharest will definitely exceed your expectation! What you need to know before coming to Romania• your Euro is not accepted here, you’ll need to exchange them to RON (currency 1 euro=4.3 RON)• Romanians are very friendly and cook amazingly, so bring loose clothes with you• We know both how to be committed to our work, but also to party, so come with your energy at full capacity • Buses never come on time and there isn’t a schedule for their arrival• It is better to use public transportation than cabs, when available (subways and buses work from 4.30 AM to 11.30 PM)• Emergency number: 112 (more info here: http://www.112.ro/index.php?limba=en)• In clubs you might experience the phenomenon of “Pitzipoanca” and “Cocalarus” (for more information, feel free to ask the organzing team)
Did you know these about Romania...• Voronet Monastery, located in northeastern Romania, is also known as the ‘Sistine Chapel of the East’?• Romania has the second largest underground glacier in Europe (in terms of volume)?• The city of Brasov (Transylvania) is home to the largest gothic church between Vienna and Istanbul?• Romania has the second-largest outdoor museum in the world?• The movie Cold Mountain was filmed on location in Romania?• The Romanian city of Timisoara was the first in Europe to have electric street-lighting?• Universal literature found valuable sources of inspiration in Romanias castles?• The story of Dracula comes from Transylvania?• Romania features the youngest continental land (Danube Delta) in Europe? Voronet Monastery The Scarisoara Glacier Brasov, The Black Church The Danube Delta Dracula’s Castle The Danube Delta
How to get to Bucharest...Our recommendation is to book fast a plane ticket! There are plenty of low-costs that will take you here! Check out the following low cost companies (price range betweek 60-100 euro)• http://wizzair.com/• http://www.blueairweb.com/• http://www.carpatair.com/• http://skyeurope.com• myair.com• www.easyjet.com• germanwings.com• ryanair.com• flynikki.comAnd add to that the participation fee (of 110 euro), that will cover accommodation at a 3 Star Hoteland meals!
We look forward to seeing you in Bucharest! JADE Romania’s TeamIf any questions, please contact: Andreea Paraschiv, Project Manager(firstname.lastname@example.org or +4072 73 72 483) Simona Lascu, International Manager, JADE Romania(email@example.com or +4407857 954 465)