Asian Women In Business Upcoming Events


Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Chelsea Art Tour

Join Asian Women in Business as we go on a private Asian-themed gallery tour through the Chelsea art district. We will visit four galleries that are either owned by an Asian American or features Asian art, just enough to whet your interest in art and its impact on culture. Learn about trends in the art world, the up and coming artists, and art as a financial investment. We will be guided by Pearl Albino, an enthusiastic and renowned art advisor who has been intimately involved with the New York art world for twenty years. The evening will end with good cheer as we continue the conversation over wine and hors d'oeuvres. 

 


Schedule:
6:00 PM – Koenig & Clinton (459 W. 19th St.)
6:30 PM – Klein Sun Gallery (525 W. 22nd St.)
7:00 PM – Margaret Thatcher Projects (539 W. 23rd St.)
7:30 PM – Sundaram Tagore Gallery (547 W. 27th St.) – Reception follows talk

Registration:

AWIB Members: Free
Non-members: $35.00 per person

RSVP required by September 15, 2014 

View program flyer and bios of the tour guide and the galleries.



Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Fall Reception @ Fendi

Join AWIB for a PRIVATE champagne reception to welcome the Fall season at the Fendi Boutique. Shoppers will receive a 10% discount on purchases made that evening AND 10% of the evening's proceeds will benefit AWIB.  Reservations guaranteed for AWIB members and their guests to this exclusive evening of shopping and networking.  

Venue: 677 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY

Time: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Registraton:
AWIB Members have guaranteed reservations; all others will be confirmed according to availability.

RSVP required.

View event invitation.

 

Wednesday, October 15, 2014
An Evening with Hollywood Legend Nancy Kwan @ the NY Historical Society

From her memorable role in The World of Suzie Wong to her remarkable performance in Flower Drum Song, Nancy Kwan is one of the first actresses of Chinese descent to achieve fame in Western cinema, opening the doors for many actors to follow. In an intimate conversation with acclaimed producer Susan Lacy, Ms. Kwan recounts the defining moments of her memorable career and shares stories of influential friendships with icons such as Bruce Lee and Dean Martin, among others.

Nancy Kwan has been the star of more than 40 films, in a wide variety of roles, from the 1960s to today. She is most well-known for her roles in The World of Suzie Wong and Flower Drum Song.
Susan Lacy (moderator), the creator and former executive producer of Thirteen/WNET’s award-winning biography series American Masters, is currently working with HBO to create a biographical series for its documentary division.

Additional information about the event can be found at the New-York Historical Society's event page

Venue
New-York Historical Society (The Robert H. Smith Auditorium)
170 Central Park West (77th Street)

New York, NY 10024

Schedule
6:30PM - Discussion with Nancy Kwan
7:30PM - Private tour of exhibit, Chinese American: Exclusion/Inclusion, led by curator Marci Reaven


Registration:
The New-York Historical Society has graciously allocated seats to AWIB to attend this event for free (regularly $30 for the general public).  Each AWIB member can bring a guest.  If AWIB members wish to invite additional guests, please send us an email (info@awib.org) listing name, email and phone number. 

RSVP by October 13, 2014.


 
November 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014
Starting Your Business 101

AWIB's four part series covers everything you need to know to start a business, from writing a business plan to marketing, deciding on the right business structure, accounting and obtaining financing.  Take one or more classes and to get the most out of our offerings, it is recommended that you take the entire 4 part series.
 
Writing a Business Plan
Monday, November 3
- Why and when you need a Business Plan 
- Elements of an effective plan 
- Importance of strategic planning 
- Using research and resources to make your case
 
Legal Structures, Taxes & Record Keeping 
Monday, November 10
- Legal structure; deciding what is best for your business 
- Accounting essentials: cash flow, balance sheets, record keeping & taxes 
- Software for small businesses
 
Marketing—On and Offline Strategies 
Monday, November 17
- Create a Marketing Plan 
- Outsmart your competitors and effectively target your market 
- Use social media to find customers and to grow your business 
 
Financing Your Business 
Monday, November 24
- Loans, investments, credit lines & SBA guarantees
- Alternative financing, crowd funding and venture capital
- How much financing do you really need?
- What do lenders/investors look for?

Venue:
Microsoft
Eleven Times Square, (on 8th Avenue between 41st and 42nd Street) New York, NY


Time: 6:00PM - 8:30PM

Registration:
AWIB Members: Series Special $40 for 4 classes or $20 each class
Non-Members: Series Speical $90 for 4 classes or $30 each class

RSVP required
 


November 2014
Cocktails at Tiffany

Your chance to win Tiffany treasures and support AWIB at this Keys for a Cause event at Tiffany & Co.
Date to be announced soon.
 

Tuesday, December 16, 2014
AWIB Annual Holiday Party

More information soon.


You can view AWIB's past programs.

 

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