Business networking group of the Boulder JCC

Boulder Jewish Networking Group Open for Business

Nosh & Network is the name of the Boulder JCC’s business networking group. Nosh & Network has been meeting continuously throughout the pandemic with a free virtual Speed Networking session once a month. This 90-minute program meets on the second Tuesday of each month, from 4 – 5:30 pm, with the next gathering scheduled for November 9. You can register here. Participants have the opportunity to meet with others one-on-one and then in small groups.  This program is great for people looking to grow their business, recruit new employees, job seekers, entrepreneurs, and investors. 

The volunteer-led group hopes to plan in-person events in the Spring. The Nosh & Network Committee that runs the networking program is led by Adam Kroll, Realtor, and owner of local Boulder distillery, DV8 Spirits.  With the growth of new businesses in Boulder County and population growth, the committee is looking to add some new members. Nosh & Network meets once a month to discuss planning and promotion. Committee members are also expected to attend most events which are held monthly. If you are interested in taking on a leadership role with the Nosh & Network Committee please contact Adam Kroll at adam@krollre.com

The Boulder Jewish Business Group is a proud member of the Denver Jewish Chamber of Commerce. For the first time in more than a year, the Denver Jewish Chamber of Commerce is hosting its Annual Event in-person, with music, hopefully dance, prizes, awards, silent auction, seated dinner with choice of entrée, and the theme, “Together Again”. The event will be on October 21, 2021. Register here at the link or visit the DJCC website to see what else is going on with this great networking group. 

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