The holidays are coming to an end and so is the first year of Venture Club activities.On 19 and 20 August there will be a workshop – painting on porcelain with the painter Boris Nosek (if you miss this date, you can find more at www.tajemstviporcelanu.cz , we wrote a description in the article and mentioned a 10% discount when you mention the text “Venture Club”) and that will be the end of the first year. Our members can even come for free on the 20th of August! Just sign up at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On September 5, we will continue with a talk with Mr. Padevet, historian and director of the Akademia publishing house. On September 19, we have two great projects for D-Day and on September 22, we will have a really nice cultural experience: a screening of the avant-garde documentary film from 1927, Berlin, Symfonie der Grossstadt, accompanied by the live Benewitz Quartet, in the Ponrepo cinema.
In a similar spirit, autumn and the beginning of winter will run – and you can see what’s in store today. As part of our education and new themes, we will look at the topic of bonds from an investor’s perspective. The Venture Club has partnered with the Mathilda Foundation, a fundraising swing night supporting the blind. Entry is free for full members of the club, with a nice 15% discount for basic members, making a VIP ticket only 500 CZK. Come and listen to nice music, dance, chat with friends.
More D-Days are announced again – and thus presentations of interesting projects. We are launching the third ten projects, 4 of which have already found their investors. Of course, the construction of the apartment project will continue – 100 apartments north of Prague, yet just a short walk from the metro. If you missed this project, you will have the opportunity to get involved in another. Be surprised, it will be worth it. Find out more at D Day 10: 19.9.2017.
Also coming up in early November is an investor trip to the Philippines organized by Thomas LLoyd, a German company that issues very interesting public crown bonds in the Czech Republic. We are reporting, of course. This year’s delegates’ trip will take us to the Philippines, a country that is seen as a kind of representative of the region in which Thomas Lloyd is active and which is currently home to one of the fastest growing economies in Asia.
If you come with us, you will have the opportunity to experience the country from every possible angle – its people, its cities, its landscapes and its realities of life. You will learn from the most important and crucial source – from politicians and economists – why this country is pushing forward with such vehemence in infrastructure construction and development. Plus, with our numerous infrastructure projects live on-site, you’ll understand ThomasLloyd’s business model – from greenfield to completed and operational power plant. You’ll see how the construction of current projects is progressing, and you’ll have the opportunity to exchange views with the project engineers in person.
All event dates are already known and on the Calendar and booking is now underway. Thus, again, the first visit is free, the next one is already paid or you need to become a member of the club. And it doesn’t matter whether you are an investor or an interested investor, or simply interested in the topics and people around them. As long as we get along, we will be happy to welcome you. Apply now.
I wish you and the club a pleasant start to the next term and may it be at least as successful as the last. Have a great end of summer and see you soon.
for the Venture Club team Petr Šedivý