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What to do this Saturday morning... (Munich)

Hi InterNations,
since the weather forecast is not 100% sunny for Saturday, and since the EM games don't start until 6pm, how about spending a few hours in the morning strengthening your Munich network?

For the third year in a row, the American-German Business Club e.V. of Munich would like to invite all internationally-interested business-minded people to join in the AGBC Exchange, a knowledge-sharing workshop series powered by KPMG at their stylish offices (Ganghoferstrasse 29, Protected content near the Theresienwiese. The event takes place THIS SATURDAY, June 14th Protected content , from 09: Protected content so register online today to join in the excitement. There are 12 workshops available over 3 sessions, with one workshop from each of the following four categories taking place during each session:

1. Job / Career Development
- Yes or No -- A Matter of Life or Death, by Roxey Lau
- Leadership Protected content The Need to Lead, by Christopher Magyar
- Employment - Different ways to find the right job in difficult times, by Dr. Bernward E. Rüpprich

2. Communication
- Intercultural Awareness: Working successfully with Americans, by Damien Loughrey
- Intercultural Communication, by Karl Gruns
- Communicating effectively in conflicts, by Monika M. Thiel

3. Finance/Tax
- US tax topics, by Mark L. Summers
- International Executive Services (IES), by Manfred Wolfampl, KPMG
- Everything you ever wanted to know about PENSIONS and were afraid to ask, by Arthur Barton

4. Special Topics
- New Sustainable Energy, by Robert Lechner
- Theme architecture – the new dimension of future?, by Jan Kott
- China – The global chance and challenge, by Xiaojing Chen

First-time guests are especially welcome! Please register online now, it takes only 2 minutes. Please see Protected content for registration and further details. There is a charge of €10 to cover catering costs for a light brunch, the event is free for AGBC members. Post here if you have any questions, if you are planning to attend or for more information on joining the AGBC Munich. Emily Zumpe, VP Outreach, or former AGBC President, Patrick Brennan ;) will be happy to answer your questions and help get you signed up for Saturday's event!

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