PWB Elevate Committee to Host Speed-U-Cate Networking Event

Young home building industry professionals are invited to attend the Atlanta Professional Women in Building Council’s (PWB) Elevate committee’s Speed-U-Cate Game Night networking event on Thursday, October 12. Join fellow young professionals for a unique round table experience offering an opportunity to learn from top industry professionals and network with other savvy young professionals while enjoying tasty food and drinks.

Speed-U-Cate Game Night will be held at the impressive Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting showroom. From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., guests will participate in games and networking that is meant to bring awareness to young professionals on various challenges in the home building industry.

Connect Four will be all about discovering unique ways to make meaningful connections within the home building industry. Taboo will focus on keeping a professional social media image and using the social media voice to make a positive impact. Learning the Lingo will address understanding the basics of and speaking the lingo used in the home building industry. Finally, Solving the HBA Puzzle will help young professionals see the big picture and gain insight into where the HBA can take them on a local and national level.

The cost to attend Speed-U-Cate is $10. Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting’s showroom is located at 3069 Bolling Way in Buckhead.

Elevate, a committee under the Professional Women in Building Council Atlanta Chapter, aims to reach home building professionals under the age of 40 and help them make meaningful connections in the industry.

Membership in PWB is available to any individual from a Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association member company. PWB members receive access to educational opportunities, networking opportunities, eligibility for scholarships and grants, firsthand knowledge about legislation affecting the home building industry and the chance to build lasting, professional and personal relationships with successful and supportive women.