Join our inner circle at the all-new UNIBROWN Café in Shanghai this weekend to learn more about RADII and how you can get involved.
The event will be a chance to meet some of the people behind RADII over free-flow drinks and we’ll also be revealing details of our competition to win a pair of VIP tickets to Ultra Music Festival.
Registration is required in advance of the event, so RSVP via the form at the bottom of this post, through our WeChat (radiichina or scan the QR code below), or drop us a line at [email protected] to confirm your place now.
When? Saturday, March 24, 6pm-9pm
Where? UNIBROWN – 由心咖啡 570 Yongjia Lu, near Yueyang Lu 永嘉路570号，靠近岳阳路
Founded in 2015, UNIBROWN is China’s first chain boutique brand that integrates premium quality coffee, business services, shared meeting and arts spaces and community activities all under the same roof. With one boutique shop on Yongjia Lu and six locations in office buildings across Shanghai, UNIBROWN’s shared coffee space model goes beyond the norm to grow and bring communities together.
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