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British Chamber of Commerce
American Chamber of Commerce
International Women's Club of Bratislava

British Chamber of Commerce

Wine and Cheese Evening
Wednesday, January 26
Hotel Devín (Slovak Restaurant), from 18.00 - 20.00
At 18.30 there will be a brief introduction of the "Central European Media Desktop Survey" by Ivan Šimek
Sponsor: Taylor Nelson Sofres
Entrance: Free for BCC members and guests
Telephone: 52 92 03 71

American Chamber of Commerce

Business breakfast
Wednesday, January 26
Hotel Danube, Pressburg Restaurant, 8.00 - 9.30am
Meeting with Mr Douglas Hengel, Charge d'affaires of the US Embassy in Slovakia
Sponsor: American Chamber of Commerce
Entrance: 350 Sk members, 500 Sk non members
Limited seating only. Reservations necessary. Please make your reservations asap.
Telephone: 59 34 05 08

International Women's Club of Bratislava

Weekly Coffee Morning
Tuesday, January 25
Hotel Danube 10.30 - 13.00
Join the club for coffee, cakes (half price) and conversation.
Entrance: Free admission. The room changes from week to week, please check with the notice board in the lobby. Children welcome!
Telephone: 50 24 40 00

Does your Embassy, Chamber of Commerce or Club have an entry for the Community Calendar?
Contact Andrea Chalupová by fax: 07/5024 9735 or by email: slspect@internet.sk

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