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A Few Quiet Yarns Dunedin 31 August 2017

By Simon Fawkes | Blog

Aug 28
AFQY

AFQY: A Few Quiet Yarns

A Few Quiet Yarns is a lively networking event for tech, digital and business people. The focus is on enabling you to meet the person, not their suit.  This means you can build a relationship over a quiet yarn as well as enjoying a drink. Your host Ryan Ashton will go around the room and introduce each person in turn to everyone, so that you know who else is in the room and you can then connect with ease.

A Few Quiet Yarns will be held again in Dunedin in late October or early November 2017. 

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There is a no-selling rule. None of us want to be sold to after hours, but we do want to meet good people.  Once you feel comfortable with someone, you might want to exchange cards and arrange to meet later. You cannot just hand out business cards or start to sell.

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The AFQY Format is:

  • 5:00pm: Doors open
  • 5,30pm: Event Begins
  • 6:00pm: First Round of Introductions
  • 6:30pm: Second Round of Introductions
  • 7:00pm: Third Round of Introductions
  • 7:30pm: Closing Round of Introductions

I look forward to seeing you at 5.30pm on Thursday 31 August 2017 at The Captain Cook!

Simon Fawkes

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Summary
Event
A Few Quiet Yarns - Dunedin - Aug 31st 2017
Location
The Captain Cook, 354 Great King Street North,Dunedin,Otago-9016
Starting on
31 August 2017
Ending on
31 August 2017
A Few Quiet Yarns is a networking event for Tech/Digital/Business people and it's focused on enabling you to meet the person not their suit, to build a relationship over a quiet yarn. Facilitated introductions by host Ryan Ashton who will go round the room and introduce everybody to everyone to help you know who is in the room and enable you to connect with ease.
Offer Price
NZD $23
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I believe in thinking differently and I love challenging perceived ideas and ways of working. This brings new insights that can be the catalyst for taking a different approach. That’s why I love coaching SME business leaders to help them increase sales and profits.

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