BPN Miami July Event Recap

BPN teamed up with leading organizations in South Florida to maximize the power of networking at the July mixer this past Thursday. The National Association of Black Journalists along with the South Florida Board of Realtist came together to mix and mingle at the rooftop of the Easton Hotel in Fort Lauderdale. Guests enjoyed a bevy of complimentary drinks and delicacies while taking in the gorgeous skyline the venue has to offer.

In addition to icebreakers, connections, and cocktails, the 360-photo booth was a big hit amongst the crowd. The event drew in members and newcomers alike across fields, making the event a lively and packed one. The significance of collaboration was magnified as the professional organizations came together to create an atmosphere of connectivity and elevation.

Following the mixer, BPN hosted a members-only “Sunday Funday” at Kings Bowling in Doral, elevating the membership experience at the heart of the Black Professionals Network. Throughout the year, BPN hosts opportunities exclusive to members to continue building relationships and generating opportunities.

Between the mixer to the members only event, July was a robust month for the Black Professionals Network. Stay tuned for Black business month events and programming in August!

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