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Traveling For Work? 4 Networking Opportunites You Should Know About.

Don't just take your meeting and fly home.

Networking party time at AlleyNYC. Source: Alleynyc

Business cities teem with events like these four, where traveling entrepreneurs can be inspired by local talent.

Los Angeles

Silicon Beach Young Professionals’ free monthly mixer, held at swanky hotels one Thursday a month (siliconbeachyp.com)

Silicon Beach -- sounds like coders in beach chairs.

Lucas Bean, founder of Silicon Beach YP: Everyone who doesn’t live here thinks we’re on “island time,” wearing flip-flops and T-shirts, trying to look cool rather than putting in hard work and

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