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So many people attend networking events and come away with little or nothing at all.

Added to that the experience is not a pleasurable one for them

And yet this need not be the case.

In this FREE WEBINAR we’re going to deal with the most common challenges people experience when attending events where networking is featured.

Why should you attend?

  • Because you’re a business leader struggling to get your team motivated and engaged in networking.
  • If you are an inexperienced or reticent networker who is looking for the right approach to events
  • Even if you’re an experienced networker these tips may improve your success rate or reduce effort on time wasters

What will you learn about networking?

5 tips you can use right-out-of-the-box to make attending networking events easy, fun and productive. We’ll cover the 3 Golden Rules of networking that few people follow and we’ll shatter the biggest networking myth of all.

When we’re done you’ll think differently about networking events, find greater success and more pleasure in them.

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