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IvyLife's structured networking events create an environment where it is easy to talk to people without feeling self-conscious. By taking the randomness out, IvyLife coffees multiply the chance you will "click" with the people you talk with. Thanks for creating this great group and for including me in it!
Simple. Powerful. Human Connection.
IvyLife is an all-Ivy business networking community, with more than 50,000 members worldwide. We host regular networking events in New York, Boston, San Francisco and other major cities worldwide. Through these events, our members meet business partners, land jobs, find clients, connect with funding for new businesses, secure support for passion projects and rapidly expand the power of their business networks.
Unleashing the Power of Ivy. Worldwide.
IvyLife is the indispensable, life-long partner for professional and personal success for Ivy Leaguers. In a supportive, open environment, IvyLife fosters powerful human and business connections within our worldwide Ivy league community, both in-person and online. IvyLife is where the transformative power, talent, and intellect of our members converge to profoundly influence our lives, our businesses, and our society.
With more than 30 Chapters worldwide, IvyLife hosts free, networking coffees and business-focused evening events. Our website provides one-click signup for events worldwide, tools to facilitate professional introductions, and unlimited, user-directed forums for interconnection and exchange.
IVL is the private, invitation-only arm of IvyLife, for those IvyLife members who have demonstrated extraordinary commitment and leadership within the IvyLife community. IVL provides numerous professional networking opportunities for our members, including exclusive online directories, business conferences and other networking events. Inquiries about IVL membership can be directed to Chris Colvin, IvyLife's co-founder, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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