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Young Professionals Meet in Somerville at Wolfgang's Steakhouse to Network

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Chris Edwards, director of Business Development for the Business Partnership invites young professionals to the May 11 event at Wolfgang's Steakhouse in Somerville.
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SOMERVILLE, NJ – The Somerset County Young Professionals, a networking group of the Somerset County Business Partnership, will bring tomorrow’s business leaders together on Wednesday, May 11 from 4-6 p.m. at Wolfgang’s Steak House, 119 West Main St.

Young Professionals is a diverse network of business people, age 21 to 39, who are in the formative years of careers that will lead them to positions of responsibility and leadership in business and government.

The group includes business owners and employees who are provided an opportunity to network and discuss business issues among their peers. The group presents social events in a casual setting that foster business connections that lead to individual development and business growth.

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“We want the young professional working in Somerset County to have an opportunity to network among their own,” said Chris Edwards, director of Business Development for the Business Partnership. “The Young Professionals group will provide that peer networking opportunity where they can access the products and services of others who are working to grow and succeed.”

Admission is $5. A cash bar will be available and refreshments will be provided. Preregistration is recommended and may be accomplished at www.scbp.org/events or by calling the Business Partnership at 908-218-4300.

 

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