Shanghai Business Networking Groups

Young Professional Happy Hours
YPHH organizes regular events in both Beijing and Shanghai. These events always take place on Wednesday evening, after work. As you can imagine, many people attend in business-attire, but that is not necessarily the dress-code. Depending on concept, weather and location, the YPHH Events are attended by 80-120 people, ranging in age from 25 to 45 on average.

ORIENTED.COM is a global network of international professionals interested in Asian businesses and cultures. Their signature events, the ORIENTED Happy Hours, are simultaneously held on the last Thursday of every month in cities around the globe, providing networking opportunities and information exchange for our constituents.

XL Results Foundation
Asia’s leading entrepreneur and social enterprise network.

Fortune Cookie Club
The Fortune Cookies Club (FC Club) is one of the oldest and largest network groups in shanghai, bringing together business professionals, business managers, expats for its monthly events ranging from Wednesday Dinner, Thursday Happy Hours, Headhunter Night, weekend sports and aboard trips. Founded in 2002, the "FC"s goal is socially unite the best of Shanghai and Beijing together.

Overseas Chinese Network
Overseas Chinese Network (OCN) was founded in early 2006 to build a community focused on Overseas Chinese people living in Shanghai.Our aim is to provide social and networking opportunities in order to promote the development of our community.

Shanghai Professionals Network

Our members are international professionals of all nationalities,  most of whom are at managerial or executive level professionals in different industries from reputable multinational companies.  At this printing, we had about 13,697 individual members from 11,367 companies and was growing by 85 new members each month, making it one of the fastest growing professionals organization in China. 

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