BNG Lunch & Learn - Pitch Perfect: How to engage with journalists in the Bubble with Viktoria Dendrinou from the Wall Street Journal

How many times have you had to “cold call” journalists for a pitch and were given the cold shoulder? What could have been improved? The Lunch and Learn, sponsored by FleishmanHillard, will focus on the fundamentals of pitching a product, an idea, or a press release. In this session, targeted at young professionals required to effectively promote their companies’ or clients’ initiatives, Viktoria Dendrinou from the Wall Street Journal will explain what to do (and not to do) when engaging with Brussels media.

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BNG Christmas Cocktails

The Brussels New Generation of the British Chamber would like to invite you to the Annual BNG Christmas Cocktails on Tuesday, 6th December! To escape the gloomy Brussels winter weather, this event is the perfect opportunity to enjoy a festive night with your friends and colleagues, putting you in the Christmas spirit.

Charity Pub Quiz

Are you ready for another evening of fun, incredible Belgian beer, some delicious food and tasty snacks with your friends and colleagues? Then come and join us for another amazing Charity Pub Quiz, this time at Michael Collins with the Brussels New Generation of the British Chamber. Put together your own power team and challenge your knowledge while raising money for charity!

Young Professionals Visit to Strasbourg

As part of its professional development training, Brussels New Generation is organising an intensive visit to the European Parliament in Strasbourg

Charity Pub Quiz

Come and join us for our Charity Pub Quiz in Flagey with the Brussels New Generation of the British Chamber! Let's challenge your knowledge with friends and colleagues whilst enjoying a pint of beer.

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EU Referendum in the UK and potential UK Exit: 'the impact on youth' with Emilian Pavel MEP, Morten Messerschmidt MEP, Brando Benifei MEP, David Garrahy, Head of Policy and Advocacy at European Youth Forum and Dave Keating as Moderator

Many of our younger members/audience have strong links with the UK (academic, professional, personal, etc.) - particularly young professionals working in the Brussels/EU sphere. The perspective of an EU referendum in the UK is therefore of great interest to them, as it would certainly affect their professional and/or personal trajectory. While we most often hear the perspective of politicians or business leaders, it is the younger generation who will be mostly impacted by a potential UK exit.