Young Professionals Stir Up Business All Over the South Bay with Sushi, Beer, and Bowling

With several chamber of commerce groups focusing on up and coming business folks, there’s a lot going on this month in the South Bay. 

Just last week, the newly formed Hermosa Beach Young Professionals (HBYP) launched their organization with an event at Rok Sushi. More than 100 professionals were in attendance to meet and network with other South Bay business owners, entrepreneurs, and employees.

hbyp networking launch at rok sushi

Business People Mix and Mingle at Rok Sushi During the Hermosa Beach Young Professionals Launch Event.

Torrance and Manhattan Beach also have young professional groups active in the South Bay.  These two groups are locking horns this week with events featuring bowling and beer.

manhattan beach young professionals beer festivalIn the North, the Manhattan Beach Young Professionals are hosting the MBYP Beer Festival featuring two dozen beer vendors, hosted appetizers from 7 local restaurants, and live music from 3 local bands.  On top of that they promise plenty of opportunities for networking.

  • MBYP Beer Festival, $25 for chamber members, $35 for all non-members (Links to MB Chamber web page)
    Thursday, April 21, 6 – 9 PM
    John Elway’s Manhattan Beach Toyota
    1500 North Sepulveda Boulevard, Manhattan Beach, CA

In the South, the Torrance Young Professionals are gathering for bowling and conversation at Luck Strike Lanes at Del Amo.  This event has a greater focus on the South Bay and the surrounding region with invites going out to young professionals in the South Bay and West Los Angeles.

  • Torrance YP Regional Mixer, $5 for chamber members, $10 non-members (Links to Facebook)
    Thursday, April 21, 6 – 10 PM
    Lucky Strike
    3525 Carson Street, Torrance, CA


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2 Responses to “Young Professionals Stir Up Business All Over the South Bay with Sushi, Beer, and Bowling”

  1. A good networking event can be very beneficial. It’s always nice to see the ones for young professionals. They’re hard to meet in LA!

  2. Yes, indeed. I went to the Hermosa one and made some great contacts.