Ascend Pan-Asian Leaders North Texas Chapter has chosen Asian Mint as the venue for its annual Fall Networking Event. The gathering shall be held at Asian Mint’s 75 & Forest Lane location in Dallas on October 21, 2017, from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM.
The Fall Networking Event is an opportunity for Pan-Asian professionals in the North Texas area to get to know and forge connections with their peers. It is also a chance for them to find means to develop and enhance themselves so they could reach new heights in their chosen careers.
Among the highlights of the event is a presentation on Ascend Pan-Asian Leaders’ upcoming annual Inspiring Across Generations Conference. The Conference will be on November 11, 2017 at University of Texas at Dallas’ Naveen Jindal School of Management.
The theme for this year’s Inspiring Across Generations Conference is “Fast Forward 2020: Positioning Yourself and Preparing for 2020 Now.” The keynote speaker is Suja Chandrasekaran, an established global, business and technology leader in retail and goods.
Tickets to the Fall Networking Event are free for students and AscendPan-Asian Leaders members. For non-members, the ticket price is $10 each.
Ascend Pan-Asian Leaders North Texas Chapter is part of the Ascend Pan-Asian Leaders National family. Ascend Pan-Asian Leader is a non-profit professional organization dedicated to developing and supporting current and future leaders in Pan-Asian business communities. It offers leadership and mentoring programs, as well as other avenues for professional development.
Ascend Pan-Asian Leaders is the largest organization of its kind in North America, with 17 professional chapters and 34 student chapters throughout the country. AscendPan-Asian Leaders North Texas Chapter’s current president is Lana Tran of Deloitte Consulting.
Asian Mint is a prominent fixture of the Dallas food scene. We have been serving up New Bangkok-style cuisine with an Asian fusion twist to Dallasites since 2004. Our menu is inclusive, serving both vegetarian and gluten-free dining options. Over the years, Asian Mint has landed in many best-of-Dallas lists, including those of D Magazine and Dallas Observer. Our restaurant has also consistently garnered an excellent rating every year with Zagat and other surveys.
Beyond serving delicious food made with fresh, high-quality ingredients, the team behind Asian Mint strongly believes in giving back to the community. Throughout the year, Asian Mint donates to more than 100 different non-profit organizations and charities. It follows a philanthropic business model, in which a business can be profitable and, at the same time, help the community it is part of by being charitable. Asian Mint also promotes a culture of positivity and empowerment within its team.
Asian Mint is co-owned and operated by renowned Dallas chef Nikky Phinyawatana. The restaurant has three locations, namely 75 & Forest Lane, Oak Lawn, and the recently opened Inwood Village. We invite you to learn more about hosting your event with us, too!