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It felt really good at the time to take all my anger and frustration out, while singing this song and driving around in my car.The Network of Indian Professionals, North America (Net IP NA) will be hosting their annual conference from October 9 – 11 in New York City.It will host hundreds of professionals of varying backgrounds, empowering individuals to build relationships, explore new ideas, and move beyond traditional boundaries.The conference will showcase the organization and emphasize the foundational pillars on which Net IP was founded 25 years ago: professional development, community service, political and cultural awareness.Other activities include a speed dating event, evening galas and social mixers.Another highlight of the 2015 conference will be for attendees to experience the Big Apple via a boat cruise and other organized activities centralized around NYC.Agenda for the conference will include influential South Asian speakers from various fields of Health, Technology, Business and Entertainment.Net IP also plans to include a Health Fair as part of the 3 day event and introduce a Shark Tank competition where creative leads and start ups are given an opportunity to present their ideas in front of a panel of investors and venture capitalists.
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Early registration is encouraged, as previous conferences have been sold out with over 500 attendees.
For more information and registration, visit: email [email protected] Network of Indian Professionals, North America (Net IP NA): Net IP is a cohesive network across North America of over 350,000 professionals across 23 chapters and serves to benefit the community in areas of business, philanthropy, political and cultural awareness.
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