12 Jul 2024 21:23

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Alex’s House of Social Launches YACHTCLASS 2nd Edition

A one-of-a-kind learning, networking, and business showcase experience at sea on March 9th, 2024

The YACHTCLASS is back for its 2nd edition after a very successful first edition last year, selling out to full capacity in under one week. Alex, the founder of Alex’s House of Social, a consultancy and educational platform, will be hosting the YACHTCLASS in March this year. The second edition, taking place on Saturday, March 9th, will be bigger and bolder, providing more opportunities for attendees.

Setting sail with Alex is embarking on an unforgettable five-hour edutainment experience. The itinerary includes a session where Alex will cover some of the latest topics across Social Media along with strategies to help entrepreneurs and marketers succeed in the social marketplace.

One of the major highlights at sea is the Business Showcase where you can opt to participate or assist your fellow yachtie buddies that you will be paired up with, and together, you’ll put together a presentation to showcase your brand’s products or services. And it’s a lot more fun when you have Alex to aid you in brainstorming ideas before the event.So, whether you’re an entrepreneur, a marketer, or just someone simply seeking to make new connections, bask in good vibes and experience a dose of Alex’s renowned ‘big energy’ at this one-of-a-kind YACHTCLASS.

Your YACHTIE ticket also includes food and drinks onboard, access to the exclusive YACHTCLASS WhatsApp group, and a 30-minute 1-on-1 post-event consultancy session with Alex. Tickets are limited, and they cost only 240 AED.

To launch YACHTCLASS 2.0 Alex has created a three-part mini-movie inspired by the 1950s sailors, a mini-story that follows Jonny and his longing for something more to his boring life at sea. So, if you are bored of the usual business or marketing events and looking for something fun, unique, and highly informative, look no further.


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