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Join us at The Local's January after-work mingle

A picture from The Local's last event for Members. Photo: Nele Schröder/The Local

Published: 15.Jan.2019 15:08 hrs

Come for a drink and meet the team behind Europe's English-language news site The Local, providing daily news for a global audience of more than 5 million people a month.

You'll also have the chance to mix with our international community of Members, readers and some of the inspiring people who have made headlines on our site over the past year, at The Local's first afterwork event of 2019.

The event is FREE for Members of The Local, but guests and other readers can pay 100 kronor at the door or 75 kronor if you sign up in advance. The sign-up fee also includes one month's Membership of The Local, with perks such as unlimited reading, access to premium features, a low-ad version of the site and invitations to more events in the future.

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