Networking VIP Style: Philadelphia Welcomes B2B Bash

Philadelphia, Pa (February 10, 2013) – The B2B Bash, a specialized VIP networking event originating in New York, comes to Philadelphia on March 7. The inaugural Philadelphia bash will be held at Bleu Martini, 24 South 2nd Street in Old City from 6p.m. to 9p.m.

The Bash brings elite VIP networking to the ever-busy City of Brotherly Love, ready to give professionals the opportunity to, not only enjoy what is considered “The Social Life for Your Business,” but specify the kinds of people they’d like to engage for an optimal networking experience allowing for the meetings of potential clients and colleagues that are well matched.

With every advanced registration for the event, attendees are given VIP treatment and are asked to fill out a short survey giving Bash experts an idea of the connections that need to be fashioned. With this, made-to-order meeting opportunities are created.

Every Bash features one local non-profit organization that will receive benefits from their participation. The Reading Clinic, Inc. will hold this position in the premier event. The organization seeks to “ameliorate illiteracy” and help readers of all ages develop proficiently in the Philadelphia and Delaware regions.  An optional donation to this cause can be made both at registration and during the event.

Bash coordinator and owner of Komplete Koncepts, an events and strategic planning company, Kirsten Britt feels that this will be a great addition to the social-business landscape of Philadelphia. “I’ve been to enough networking events in Philly and I think a lot of them end up being just social. You walk in with one mindset and walk out with [much] less than desired.”

As the tagline states, B2B Bash is the Social Life for Your Business and is meant to serve as both an entertaining venue and a way to help professionals make the connections that they need.

“I hope people see B2B as a way to really connect with other businesses and see what networking is really about: making connections that we can use,” says Britt.

Admission rates: Early bird (before February 26): $30, Regular Advanced Admission: $35, At the Door: $40. Attendees may also make a donation to The Reading Clinic, Inc, at purchase.

Guests can register as a VIP at



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