Community Calendar

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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