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Young professionalsforum.cz creative coffee club - agenda and minutes - jun 29th

  1. 1. Moderated by Ivan Vlasyuk, Project Manager ivan.vlasyuk@morkva.biz
  2. 2. Agenda: CCC meeting 29th June, Tuesday, 19-20:30. 1.Coffee tasting – Starbuck's staff - 5 min - fun & informative 2.Round table introductions - Ivan - 10min - team formed 3.Open table discussion - team - 40min - knowledge formed 4.Generating questions for Leaders' Dialogue <www.leadersmagazine.cz/leaders> - 5 min -Mr. Ivan Pilný - President – Tuesday Business Network, Prague -H.E. Mr. Ole Emil Moesby - Ambassador – Kingdom of Denmark Embassy, Prague -H.E. Mr. Jens EIKAAS - Ambassador – Kingdom of Norway Embassy, Prague Starbucks coffee tastes presented by Lucie: ● Columbiua Narinjo Suprima ● Starbucks classics since 1990. arabica – best quality, with caramel taste. Tue, 29 Jun, 2010 Prague, Czech Republic 2
  3. 3. Minutes taken, slide 1 ● When inviting large groups of people by email – up to 700 expect that only 30-50 could actually show up – Response rate could be as low as 10% ● To increase participation can consider to offer free food & drinks ● The visual graphics of the invite – will effect response rate. ● Wine tasting was very well received event to capture Prime segment auditorium in Prime Bank in Russia. – Membership drive – “member get member” – Offered South African Wine – Invited people by post invitations sent 3 months in advance (premium quality design) – Requested current client of the bank to attend and invite one non client Tue, 29 Jun, 2010 Prague, Czech Republic 3
  4. 4. Minutes taken, slide 2 ● More serious (corporate/social) events are good to start organizing 3 months in advance – Send invites 2 months prior event ● Events such as fashion shows could be organized within 3-2 weeks in advance ● Event could include ballet, opera, – The budget of such event could be starting from 10K USD. – The reason why people are coming – they are looking for connections – networking ● Business can be – managing ballet and opera performers – Many pop starts have managers yet most classic starts don' Tue, 29 Jun, 2010 Prague, Czech Republic 4
  5. 5. Minutes taken, slide 3 ● Important things to know for organization: – What is the date of event? – Location, location, location – What is expected outcome – expected auditorium – How much money needed for the organization ● Charity event's does not mean the sub-suppliers will provide their services for free – Stage, lights – all costs money. ● Can barter, yet on average barter would only be 20-30% of the budget ● For fund-raising can target NGO and Corporations – Vodafone, O2, Ceska Spritelna – have their own NGOs yet they only interested in large scale events – likely millions of CZK ● For found raising make Offer Package with numbers – what is your expected outcome – how many people will participate, see your print materials, visit website Tue, 29 Jun, 2010 Prague, Czech Republic 5
  6. 6. Minutes taken, slide 4 ● Can use unpaid volunteers to organize event ● Some organization able to self-sustain from donors money for events or inkind contributions ● If negotiating and getting general sponsorship from the Publishing then can offer this page space to the corporation and get barter deals, for example flight tickets from Air company. ● Tue, 29 Jun, 2010 Prague, Czech Republic 6
  7. 7. Minutes taken, slide 5 ● Questions for Leaders magazine program Leader's Dialogue: – Jana Friedrichova – HUB Angel - jana.fedrichova@the-hub.net to Ivan Polny ● How many years it takes to put working team, that is able to organize 60 events a year? – Mark Grein – Director, Dynamo films - mark@dynamofilms.cz to Ivan Polny ● If you are organizing events every second Tuesday – how do you keep it interesting? – Jana Friedrichova – HUB Angel - jana.fedrichova@the-hub.net to H.E. Mr. Ole Emil Moesby - Ambassador – Kingdom of Denmark Embassy, Prague and H.E. Mr. Jens EIKAAS - Ambassador – Kingdom of Norway Embassy, Prague ● What kind events does your Embassy willing to support? What are criteria? – Ismayil Khayredinov - Conference Director at Civic Concepts International" <ismayil@civicconcepts.org> to H.E. Mr. Ole Emil Moesby - Ambassador – Kingdom of Denmark Embassy, Prague and H.E. Mr. Jens EIKAAS - Ambassador – Kingdom of Norway Embassy, Prague. ● Which events you may support financially? And which events by in-kind contributions? – Oleg Evdokimov - Partner, ATEO to H.E. Mr. Ole Emil Moesby - Ambassador – Kingdom of Denmark Embassy, Prague and H.E. Mr. Jens EIKAAS - Ambassador – Kingdom of Norway Embassy, Prague ● Do you may be interested in supporting chess event to bring World Chess Federation leaders – Anatoliy Karpov and/or Gary Kasparov to Prague? Tue, 29 Jun, 2010 Prague, Czech Republic 7
  8. 8. Basic Info Name: Young Professionals Forum Category: Organizations - Community Organizations Description: The Young Professionals Forum is devoted to providing young professionals with the skills, contacts, and opportunities to help them succeed and become active members of the business community. Privacy Type:Open: All content is public www.youngprofessionalsforum.cz http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=21748200412 Ivan Vlasyuk, Project Manager ivan.vlasyuk@morkva.biz Tue, 29 Jun, 2010 Prague, Czech Republic 8

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