The Ivy Circle Germany – Munich Chapter Q1

The Ivy Circle Germany – Munich Chapter
2020-Q1 Stammtisch will take place
on Thursday, March 26th, 2020, 7 p.m.
in the Pacific Times
Baaderstraße 28, 80469 München
The place is in walking distance from both the Munich S-Bahn Isartor and U-Bahn Fraunhoferstraße
– Upon arrival please ask for the RESERVATION made by “Clemens”.
I very much look forward to seeing and meeting you.
With kind regards
Clemens Rinnebach
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Ivy Circle Deutschland is an initiative to organize an alumni association network of prominent American and
British educational institutions in Germany. Ivy Circle Deutschland seeks to encourage and coordinate social,
cultural and educational events among alumni association members. Individuals can join only through their
alumni association or club.
The Ivy Circle Munich “Stammtisch” meets once a quarter giving the participants the opportunity to deepen
existing contacts and get to know new ones with similar background. Over a beer or a good glass of wine
alumni from different schools not just get new insights in business but also have the opportunity to gain new
friends. Additional community events over and above the “Stammtisch” (E.g. visits of cultural events, project
presentations, leisure time activities) take place on a case by case basis.
Members of the Ivy Circle Munich are Alumni of Brown University, University of Cambridge, The University of
Chicago Booth School of Business, Columbia University, Cornell University, Harvard University, The London School
of Economics and Political Science, The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Oxford University, Princeton
University, The Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania, Yale University.

WHEN
March 26, 2020 at 7pm - 10pm
WHERE

The Ivy Circle Germany – Munich Chapter 2020-Q1 Stammtisch

Baaderstrasse 28
Pacific Times
Muenchen, Bavaria 80469
Germany
CONTACT

Sandra Krinner

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