Tuesday, March 10, 2009


Next Monday, March 23rd from 7PM-10PM, Creative Job Agency will be hosting an NYC mixer to connect creative professionals in the New York City area.

The Creative Job Agency positions itself as "LinkedIn for Creatives," with an additional real-world 'social mixer' element that will help form and cement critical professional relationships. Up next for the Creative Job Agency Mixer Tour is New York City. This time, we’re kicking off new careers and partnerships at the amazing, amazing B.EAST Lounge hidden underneath Broadway East restaurant. It’s uber-cozy, incredibly sexy, and best of all, perfectly suited to intimate one-on-one networking. CJA member drink specials and no admission fee help keep things easy on the wallet, while a mix of New York’s most talented creative talent, art directors and agency peeps ensure this is a gathering worth your time.

Julien Asfour on decks, creme-de-la-hipsteratti marches down narrow, extra long, brick-lined hallway that empties into high-ceilinged, retina-pleasing, sweaty dance party. At its best when the organic resto winds down upstairs and the Ryan McGinley entourage completes the upstairs-downstairs loop ad nauseum. Complimentary shots from the Icelandic Heidi Klum-lookalike waitress make the kids go bananas.

Bring yourself. Bring a talented friend. Bring a whole lot o’ business cards. Dress nice. Brush your teeth. Together, we’ll perform a group back scratch that will keep Manhattan vital. Space is VERY limited. RSVPs will be capped, so RSVP now!

Creative Job Agency

Creative Job Agency Mixer

B.EAST Lounge @ 171 East Broadway, NYC
(Look for the secret buzzer)

Monday, March 23rd, 7PM--10PM

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More information on Broadway East: Committed to sustainability, Broadway East utilizes green practices from filtering and carbonating its own water to participating in biodiesel recycling and composting programs. The tabletops, ceiling beams and one of the restaurants two bars are constructed from redwood reclaimed from a water tower that once loomed over the neighborhood. At the Beast lounge, organic wines are sourced from producers who participate in land preservation, solar power, wildlife protection, and the like.