Silley Circuits, the Silicon Alley's network, invites you to an informal exchange of ideas with Malcolm Elvey of Elvey Partnership:
Boards of Directors at The Children’s Place, Inc. (Nasdaq: PLCE), a leading specialty retailer of apparel and accessories for children; and PowerHouse Technologies Group (PWHT), the developer of MIGO software (www.migosoftware.com); former director ADT, part of Tyco.
Founder and Vice-Chairman of QLIMO, a NY ground transportation company.
Founder Esquire Communications Ltd., the nation's largest court reporting and legal services company
CEO of Metro Cash and Carry from 1970-75, a South African company that today is a $7 billion global company operating 400 warehouses in 13 countries. In 1976 0pened Jetro Cash & Carry in Brooklyn which was the precursor of Costco and other warehouse clubs in the US.
Rubin Museum of Art's Cafe Serai serves drinks at a discount from 6 pm to 7 pm with Pan-Asian tapas. Entry to the museum is free Friday evenings and there is music by a DJ, gallery tours, and other programs. Click here for more information about K2 Friday Nights.
Space is limited. So kindly register: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/9835748990?nomo=1
SOLD OUT. Thanks for your interest. Please stay tuned for future events - we look forward to seeing you in the near future.
Photos to be taken by Ethan Lowenthal.
WHEN: Friday, January 17, 2014. 6:00pm-8:00pm
WHERE: Cafe Serai @ The Rubin Museum 150 W 17th St., New York, NY 10011