Liverpool has been voted Britain’s Best Nightlife Destination by TripAdvisor users! There is a genuinely good vibe that sets us apart from any other city in the UK… Liverpool is full of streets and streets of quality bars, clubs and chic cafes.
JCI Liverpool is working together with the teabox company in organising a “tea tasting event”, which will involve a presentation about, and tasting of, your favourite teas.
The event will take place on Tuesday, 21 May, from 5.30PM, at Hill Dickinson’s office (No.1 St. Paul, Liverpool).
About the teabox company
“The teabox company is a specialist in loose leaf tea distribution, selling a variety of high quality teas ranging from herbal to fruit blends. Our selection of teas means that everyone from the first timer to the connoisseur can enjoy a cuppa that we know they will enjoy. At 12 varieties and counting, there is something for everyone. Our biggest passion is quality in everything we do. Quality tea, service and experience. Drinking tea has so many different meanings to so many different people; we want to make sure whether it’s a standard mug of English Breakfast or an exquisite teacup Margaret’s Hope Darjeeling that it is always enjoyed.”
Special offer for JCI Liverpool’s members
Any member of JCI Liverpool attending will receive 50g of their favourite tea for free, which they can then enjoy after the event.
The teabox company also offers a 15% discount off purchases to JCI Liverpool’s members. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive you discount code.
Attend the event
If you would like to attend the event, please register your attendance at http://jci-tea.eventbrite.com
We look forward to seeing you at the event.
On 26 June, JCI Liverpool will host a fringe event as part of ACCELERATE 2013, Britain’s first annual festival dedicated to high-growth businesses.
The event will feature some of Liverpool’s high profile speaker, including the Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Gary Millar. Our speakers will “inspire”, motivate and give practical advice and guidance to entrepreneurs and professionals in today’s business world.
Delegates will then have the opportunity to join us the next day (27 June) at Liverpool’s Arena and Convention Centre (ACC) for a two-session conference, featuring speakers, such as Jimmy Wales (founder of Wikipedia), Lord Karan Bilimoria CBE (founder of Cobra Beer) and Martha Lane Fox (co-founder of lastminute.com).
About JCI Liverpool
JCI Liverpool is part of Junior Chamber International (JCI), a global network of young professionals, present in more than 100 countries with almost 200,000 members across the world. JCI is an opportunity to further your personal development while making a real difference in your community.
“Through a programme of training, mentoring and support initiatives, JCI Liverpool provides members with the concrete tools they need to take their business or their professional development to the next level. I would strongly urge professionals in the city to join as JCI membership is a great way to boost confidence and improve career prospects.”
(Gerrard Gibbons, the chief executive at Liverpool’s City Central BID, which represents around 630 businesses).
26 June 2013
Our event will feature high profile speakers from different backgrounds, including:
– The Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Gary Millar.
– Ian McCarthy, Director for the International Festival for Business at Liverpool Vision.
– John Haynes, Founder of the International Coaching Academy.
Our speakers will “inspire”, motivate and give practical advice and guidance to entrepreneurs and professionals in today’s business world.
The event will take place at the office of Liverpool law firm, Hill Dickinson (No.1 St. Paul’s Square), and start at 3PM and end at 5.30PM. Dinner will then be provided at 5.30PM. Afterwards, delegates can stay and network.
27 June 2013
The next day (27 June), delegates will then have the opportunity to join us at Liverpool’s Arena and Convention Centre (ACC) for a two-session conference like no other.
Bringing together outstanding speakers from the world of business and beyond, ACCELERATE 2013 will provide the inspiration and concrete tools needed to take businesses to the next level. Speakers will include Jimmy Wales (the founder of Wikipedia), Lord Karan Bilimoria CBE (founder of Cobra Beer) and Martha Lane Fox (co-founder lastminute.com).
Booking the event(s)
Booking your attendance for 26 June is free for JCI members, and costs £4.99 for non-members. This is an “early bird” offer, and prices may be increased. Arrival from 2.30PM with the speeches starting at 3PM. Dinner will be provided at 5.30PM. This event can be booked via this link: http://jci-accelerate-rss.eventbrite.com
Attendance at Accelerate 2013 on 27 June can be booked via this link: http://accelerateliverpool-JCILiverpool.eventbrite.com Tickets are £65 per person.
You don’t have to book both events. If you are only free for one, it is ok to just book that one.
If any JCI member would like to spend the night in Liverpool in a hotel, we can refer you to a hotel where you will receive a special rate due to your JCI membership. Please email us at email@example.com if you would like to find out more about this.
We look forward to seeing you on 26 and 27 June.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
What will you be doing on April 25th, 2013?
World Malaria Day is on 25th April each year and gives people the opportunity to raise awareness of malaria and do some fundraising for this worthy cause.
JCI organisations around the world been working incredibly hard to reach this goal. They have been hosting concerts, writing and selling books, designing calendars, starting employee giving campaigns at their workplace — all to send nets and save lives. In Japan, over 3,000 JCI members in 19 cities conducted their own Nothing But Nets activities to raise awareness and funds for malaria prevention. Within a couple of months these savvy professionals raised over $240,000! That will send 24,000 life-saving bed nets!
World Malaria Day was established by the World Health Assembly (WHA) at its 60th session in 2007. The day is commemorated every year on April 25 to create awareness about an ancient disease and the devastating impact it has on the lives of more than 3 billion people – half of humanity. World Malaria Day is an opportunity for the global development and health communities to intensify their efforts in providing access to affordable, safe and effective anti-malarial combination treatments worldwide, as well as protective insecticide treated nets and other preventive measures.
JCI Liverpool is participating by donating £7 (the price of one net) for each person who joins JCI Liverpool as a member. Join us, and save a life today: http://www.jciliverpool.co.uk/join-us/membership-forms.aspx
If you’d like to make a donation, please email us the amount you’d like to donate: http://www.jciliverpool.co.uk/contact.aspx
Meet us for a drink on Thursday, 9 May, after work (6pm) at the Leaf (Bold Street) for networking with like-minded professionals.
JCI offers you the chance to get to know people locally, nationally and internationally in a relaxed environment. Get in touch and start to network with like-minded individuals in order to build lasting connections, expand you network and increase your business opportunities. JCI is perfect for you if you are new to Liverpool and need to widen your social circles and meet new friends
Do you speak another language? At the event, you will get the chance to practise your language skills in foreign languages, inclduing German, French, Swedish and Hindi, in a relaxed environment.
“If you are in business and you want to get ahead, this is the network for you. JCI will help young professionals to develop their skills, expand their experience and have fun at the same time.” Deputy Lord Mayor of Liverpool Cllr Gary Millar
You can register your attendance at http://jciinternational.eventbrite.com/
We look forward to seeing you on 9 May.
So, you’ve heard about Liverpool, the nightlife, the people, and the good vibe that sets us apart from any other city in the UK… Liverpool is full of streets and streets of quality bars and clubs.
JCI Liverpool now invites you to join us for an “epic” night out on Saturday, 4 May! Our recently appointed social director, Philip Perera, has taken the lead in organising the night out, working together with representatives from the Liverpool-based “Epic Nights Group”.
If you like a good night out, then please join us at 8.30PM at Hannah’s Bar (2 Leece St, Liverpool L1 2TR).
More details of our plans for the night will follow shortly.
If you’d like to attend, please register your attendace at http://jcinightout.eventbrite.com
How do you fancy drinking some free beer?! Then sign up to volunteer to work at the Liverpool Organic Waterloo Beer Festival next weekend.
The festival is run and organised by Liverpool Organic Brewery based in Bootle and one of the Brewers from there is the brother of Carla Burns, one of our founding Directors.
If any of you are interested, you get paid in free beer, free t-shirt, free entry to the massive beer festival set to take place in St Georges Hall in September and half price cheese and pies …(how could you possibly refuse)…..
All you have to do is turn up on time, serve beer (using taps on barrels, so no need to be able to pull a pint), be nice and not get too drunk. Also, JCI Members who sign up will also get a free bottle of LOB beer to take away.
If you fancy it, it’s always a laugh –
sign up using this link: http://wbfvolunteersapril2013.eventbrite.co.uk/