Mark Lee offers clarification, advice and tips that are especially relevant for start-up practices that plan to attend networking events.
In this article I will share some ideas as to what face-to-face networking is really about.
In part two of this series I will outline what you can do before you go to a networking event so as to make it more enjoyable and more worthwhile.
In part three I’ll focus on what you can do during a networking event to build on your preparatory work and to make it easier to relax and talk to people.
And in part four I will address the all-important and often overlooked aspect of how to follow up after you attend a networking event. If you ignore this you may well be wasting your time with face-to-face networking in the first place.
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- What is networking?
- What networking is not
- Types of networking event
- Finding networking events
- Part 2: Before you go networking for the first time
- Part 3: How to get more value from your networking
- Part 4: The crucial follow up after networking