Sister Cities of Houston in conjunction with the United Nations Association Houston Presents it 2018 Networking Luncheon Series on November 7th. Speaker TBD.
Place: Ouisie’s Table, 3939 San Felipe, Houston, Texas 77027.
Time: 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Cost: $40 per person (includes lunch and water, soft drink, tea or coffee.)
We are a non-profit citizen diplomacy network creating and strengthening partnerships between U.S. and international communities in an effort to increase global cooperation, to stimulate economic development and to promote cultural and humanitarian exchange between cities.
For more information contact:
2018 Networking Luncheon Chair
Save the date for the World Corporate Games to be held in Houston from November 16th to the 19th.
About the games from their website:
ABOUT THE GAMES
The Corporate Games is Unique, Incredibly
Powerful and Can Change People’s Lives.
For more than 25 years the Games have placed unlimited opportunities within everyone’s reach around the globe. Over 170 Games have been held in great cities around the world since then. The 1st World Corporate Games was held in San Francisco in 1988. This year Houston hosts the World Corporate games on November 16-19, 2017.
The Corporate Games are the world’s largest corporate multi-sport festivals open to everyone and to every size and kind of organization.
Teams, tiny or tremendous, include employees, colleagues, family and friends and over 20,000 unique organizations have been represented in the Games.
Many of the world’s most successful companies are keen supporters of the Games and its ideals. For example, Deloitte have entered more than 80 Games worldwide, Ernst & Young and IBM over 70 Games, KPMG and PWC over 60 Games. Each year, more and more companies are realizing how the Games can help them and their staff.
All sports, individual and team, are open equally to women and men with competition based on age. The Games encourages participation regardless of ability. The oldest competitor to date is 87.
Competitors wear the colors and logos of their organization and build confidence, loyalty and team spirit. Medals and Corporate Awards are presented to winning athletes and organizations.
The Celebrations, Parades and Parties are all integral components of the Games experience.
The Games has been honored by the patronage of hundreds of great leaders and ambassadors such as Nelson Mandela, Francois Mitterand, HRH Princess Anne and Sir Alex Ferguson.
Health and Fitness in the workplace, teambuilding and networking are obvious key benefits, as is the significant economic impact and exposure for the Hosting Cities.
Hundreds of sponsors have worked with the Games to create brand exposure, develop new business opportunities and meet new clients.
Every Games offers multiple benefits and unrivalled opportunities to Organizations, Cities, Participants, Licensees, Sponsors, Venues, Hotels, Restaurants, Students, Staff, Suppliers, Sports Federations and Organizing Committees, Officials, Charities, Business, and the Economy… the list goes on!
Each year, the founding organization, Sister Cities International, selects a new host city for the prestigious Annual Conference, which highlights Sister Cities’ mission. Houston has been selected to host the 2019 Sister Cities International Annual Conference. In preparation for this opportunity, join us as a sponsor and attendee on November 17, 2018 at Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston (MATCH). Our celebration will include Sister Cities of Houston’s Fall Concert and SCI Annual Conference VIP Kick-off Reception, where we will celebrate how arts and culture has empowered us to communicate across communities. Sponsors of this event can receive access to and recognition during next year’s Annual Conference. See below flyers for more information.
Saturday, November 18
Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston: MATCH
3400 Main St, Houston, TX 77002
6:00 PM 2017 SCH Annual Fall Concert
7:30 PM Performer/Audience Reception
East West Bank/Conference Room – On the last Tuesday of each month, the Board of Directors of Sister Cities of Houston meet to discuss ongoing business and initiatives. The Board is composed of five elected members of the Executive Committee, four at large board members and one ex officio representative from each Sister City organization.