News and Articles About Conferences
Conferences are immensely valuable but to get the most out of your time, you have to be ready to soak it all in.
Value your contacts and they will value you. Entrepreneurs swear by their connections. But sometimes they swear at them as well.
The seven tips to follow when it's time to huddle.
Networking isnt a matter of luck and it isnt just a matter of income. Use these five tips to improve your chances of making a great connection.
Try these techniques to shine among social media savants.
Conferences can either be a complete waste of time or very productive. Make sure your time at these events is well spent with these three steps.
Why events focused on the creative arts may be a more effective way to meet other innovators, find inspiration and reconnect with your entrepreneurial soul.
Training can ensue in a variety of settings short of the college campus.
Weary travelers should ward off the impulse to retreat to their hotel room. Instead descend on the lucrative business nexus.
You can still get some valuable networking and learning experiences without attending an event.
Conferences can be either extremely boring or extremely useful. Here are a few tips on making the most of your time at these events.
Your company tech conference will be an invaluable marketing opportunity blown if selling is all you plan to do.
Serial entrepreneur Scott Gerber says you need this free, ultra-convenient mobile messaging app to seamlessly keep in touch with large groups at events.
Do your research, get your submissions in order, and prepare to do your best.
The world, and your industry, are bigger than your address book. Conferences are a chance to learn more and maybe get the break you're ready for.
These events present big opportunities to make connections and develop new partnerships.
A confab that drew lots of youthful women in business provides lessons on how to tailor your event to attract millennials.
Networking can open doors to new partnerships, clients and vendors. But if done incorrectly, it can turn people off. Avoid these nine mishaps.
Enlarging the circle of potential clients, partners and mentors is a challenge for those not born minglers, but it's possible.
A corporate nomad explains her discovery of ways to absorb the amazing places in her travels while still accomplishing her business goals.
Sonja Rasula was tired of boring business conferences. So, she used her summer camp memories as a launch pad for CAMP, a new kind of networking event for adults.
Our expert advises a reader about the most effective ways to connect with potential partners and clients at big events.
LinkedIn and Delta create partnership to match up mentors and mentees on planes en route to industry events.
The conference, to be held in San Francisco on April 30, will focus on the development of mobile apps.
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