SACC-GA’s wine-working 2017 took place on November 16th at the SACC-GA office space at SPACES Midtown.
Wine-guru Brandon Tai, with over 10 years experience in the industry, presented a wide variety of wines and we all tried to “taste the price”. We learned about how a fine wine tastes like it was painted with a fine brush with intricate layers of flavors, while a more inexpensive one might taste more blunt and as if the painter used wider brush strokes. It was a great evening and we wish to thank all of you who attended and participated in the tasting. We hope you enjoyed it and learned as much as we did!
Many thanks to the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce Southeastern United States, the Belgian-American Chamber of the South, the British-American Business Council Georgia and the German-American Chamber of Commerce South for hosting this YP brewery tour with us.
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SACC-GA and Spaces Midtown would like to thank everyone who visited our offices on Friday for a cup of coffee, a cinnamon bun and a chat. We had a great time and hope you did too!
If you by any chance could not make it on Friday, or you just can’t get enough of SACC-GA, you are welcome to stop by anytime.
SACC-GA and Kellogg Partners would like to thank everyone who attended our networking event themed “What’s Next On The BeltLine?” on Wednesday October 4th. We hope you enjoyed the evening and learned something new about the most comprehensive revitalization effort ever undertaken in the City of Atlanta.
If you want to know more about the BeltLine project, check out the presentation here.
Thank you everyone who attended our Summer Afterwork together with the Netherlands-American Chamber of Commerce, the British-American Business Council-Georgia and the Belgian-American Chamber of Commerce-Georgia. We enjoyed a great evening at Gordon Biersch with over 130 participants in attendance. Pro Business Channel broadcasted live during the evening and interviewd business leaders from the European community.
View pictures from the evening here captured by Julie Lambotte, the Executive Director of the Belgian-American Chamber of Commerce-Georgia.