Who are the best-known organisations to get you known in Monaco?
Princess Grace set up the group in 1973 to forge stronger links between her country of birth and Monaco. The Association today has 1000s of registered members and is open to any nationality, not just Americans. They boast a packed diary of social and business events all year round. Look out for their regular Thanksgiving dinner, their new Working Lunch events, and much more.
Club des Residents Etrangers is a members club for Monaco residents only. It prides itself on welcoming both existing and new foreign residents. Enjoy the cosy atmosphere and let the professional, friendly staff take care of your every whim. CREM hosts special events at the Club, like the ever-popular Wednesday Cocktail Night, plus prestigious cultural events around the Principality too.
British Association of Monaco
BAM is all you would expect from a Monaco club. A dash of ‘old school’ social mixed with a modern-day events calendar, creating a charming and well-run meet-up group. The Association is for UK and Commonwealth expats living in Monaco, and has around 600 members. Key events are the annual charity fundraiser Kermesse Oecumenique and the Queen’s Birthday Cocktail Party.
A popular social networking franchise from the global group whose regular events are popping-up across most major cities worldwide. The format is simple: Register online and turn up after work at a premier Monaco venue booked by the organisers. Tickets include a welcome drink. Just enough Dutch courage to help you mingle in the easy-going, fun atmosphere. Who knows who you’ll meet?
Junior Chamber International Monaco
JCI Monaco was founded in 1963 and affiliated with the Junior Chamber International the same year. Really a means for top business brass to support emerging young Monegasque decision-makers. There is no shortage of fun activities, social evenings and competitions to balance the serious business of business. A respectable yet diverse forum to boost your Monaco presence.