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LetsLunch ready to launch in NZ

06 Mar 2012

Kiwis are about to experience the online networking service being used by 15,000 corporate employees and entrepreneurs throughout the US, with the launch of LetsLunch later this month.




Due to go live on March 26, LetsLunch is a service that matches up its users according to their industries, their roles and the reach of their connections, and arranges lunch dates so they can get together and network. 




The ultimate goal is a date with a LetsLunch VIP - an industry expert or thought leader specially selected by the LetsLunch team for their influence and esteem.




To celebrate the launch, a special pre-launch lunch is being held at Portofino in Auckland on March 23. To try and nab an invite, go to the LetsLunch Facebook page and tell them how you could benefit from using LetsLunch. The three best answers will receive invites.

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