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If you’re networking for business – genuine opportunities for business then read our A-Z of networking Do’s and Don’ts. Every week we’ve been sharing some networking points that will resonate with you…some for the right reason and some for the … Continue reading
The A-Z of networking Do’s and Don’ts – Every week we’re sharing some points that will resonate with you…some for the right reason and some for the wrong! This week G-I. G Gracious – Showing kindness and courtesy are memorable … Continue reading
Managed by Richard Rosser, a new Opendoorz Affiliate member, B4 is a great magazine in a format to suit you. B4 represents four B’s – Building Bridges Between Businesses … and you can now do this IN PRINT, ON LINE … Continue reading
After years of business networking I still smile when I witness the way some people behave at an event. They just don’t get it… key reasons to attend networking events are to make new contacts, get to know local businesses … Continue reading
Do you battle with nerves before a networking event? If you suffer from ‘rabbit in the headlights’ syndrome as you arrive at a networking event then these tips might help… Check it out… Ask whoever invited you what will happen … Continue reading
Statistics say that a prospective client needs to be ‘touched’ 7 times before they will buy from you. Traditionally these ‘touches’ were achieved by using flyers, newspaper adverts, PR articles, local rags, radio, TV, direct mail, email newsletters, hoardings, bus … Continue reading
So you’ve found your networking group and paid your money. Now all you need to do is turn up and the business will roll in… right? Wrong! One of the main reasons members leave networking groups is because they got … Continue reading
There are two types of communication that occur at a networking event – verbal and non-verbal. When attending networking meetings you are encouraged to plan, prepare and practice ensuring you’re armed with the most inspiring introductions, perfect presentations and quality … Continue reading
Word of Mouth is the most powerful way of getting new business Professional business networking embraces this concept adds structure and actively encourages members to promote each other in this way. It will take time so be patient. Once you … Continue reading
If you’re networking for business and are seeking effective business networking tips, tricks and advice then read our business networking guide of Do’s and Don’ts from A to Z.
Every week we’ve been sharing some networking points that will resonate with you…some for the right reason and some for the wrong! All of them will enable you to develop better business connections and sales opportunities, receive referrals and know how to network. This week we’re looking at your vision and subsequent wish-list and whether you have the X Factor!
Valued – Everyone (Read More)… Continue reading