IIAR> Munich Beer Garden Event – Join us on July 27 for the next IIAR> German Chapter Stammtisch!

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN! The IIAR German Chapter invites to the next IIAR Munich Summer Event. This year, we will be settling in to a centrally located beer garden in Munich. We’re looking forwards to a great summer night of networking while enjoying a Maß beer together and exchanging news and insights into the world of AR and analysts, in a relaxed Environment. Join us for the next IIAR German Chapter Summer Event on Tuesday, July 27, 2017, from 7pm CET Our key topic for this Stammtisch: How mature is your AR program, and what steps should you take to increase AR maturity? How to overcome barriers and how to accelerate success. Don’t miss this opportunity to join the biggest independent gathering of AR professionals in Germany this summer. To be part of the event, please RSVP as soon as possible. Note that IIAR membership is not required (but encouraged) for AR professionals planning to attend. Attendance is free – with food and drink available on a pay-as-you-go basis. Help us to reserve the appropriate number of seats by registering. Eventbrite - IIAR Munich Beer Garden Event – Join us on July 27 for the next IIAR German Chapter Stammtisch! The IIAR beergarden Event is hosted by the IIAR German Chapter Leads  Yvonne Kaupp (LinkedIn@yvekaupp), IIAR Board Member and Head of Analyst Relations and Market Strategy at Retarus, and Simon Jones (LinkedIn, @simondestrier) at communications strategy consultancy Destrier. Find out more about the IIAR here.

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