News and Articles About Networking
We've likely all benefited from startup events where we network with other like-minded entrepreneurs. But in the sometimes slower summer months, you should make these venues destination number one.
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Derek Halpern, founder of the marketing strategy business Social Triggers discusses marketing strategies for building your list of potential customers to monetize content.
Networking can make people squirm. Here are four ways to make it less uncomfortable.
The founder of Little Duck Organics talks about how expanding his network and developing relationships helped his business thrive.
A review of a U.S. Small Business Administration initiative shows that support provided to entrepreneurs in regional groupings bolstered local economies.
Accelerators may be all the rage today, but college trep AJ Agrawal offers to demystify some key details of the process.
Telling everyone you know about your product or service is an important way to grow your business. Here's how to make the most of all your connections to increase sales.
You might be hurting your networking efforts without even realizing it. Body language sends a strong message to people. Here are four cues to watch out for to be better at networking.
The summer is notoriously slow for certain businesses -- people are on vacation, summer hours kick in, sales slow down. Heres how to keep your vision laser focused on your startup.
Having a broad network of connections is important, but spread yourself too thin and you might be doing more harm than good. Here's why.
From old-school to trendy and everything in between, here are the best bars for business in some of the best U.S. cities for 'treps.
Venture capitalist Paul Lee offers advice on what entrepreneurs should do get noticed by investors.
Rick Farman, the co-founder of Superfly Presents, the company behind music festival Bonnaroo, offers advice about successful events.
Rick Farman, the co-founder of Superfly Presents, the production company behind music festival Bonnaroo, provides young entrepreneurs advice about crafting a successful event.
Follow these steps to bring your social network to life.
Hosting a networking event can be really rewarding, but it takes careful planning to get the most out of it. These simple tips will help make your business mixer fun and successful.
With these tools you can collect new contacts and keep track of the ones you already have.
Wooing clients over dinner can help you build long-lasting relationships. Here's a guide to making the best possible impression.
Even the toughest prospects are reachable if you know how to catch their attention. All it takes is a little savvy and some help from their biggest hero. Here's how.
With the support of AOL Co-Founder Steve Case, new organization UP Global aims to accelerate startup communities around the world.
If you are your own brand, it makes sense that you should employ your professional acumen when presenting yourself to potential clients.
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If you haven't put much thought into your business card, you're missing out on a great marketing opportunity. Here are six ways your business card design and delivery can get you noticed.
A surprising number of college students don't use the professional-social network. Here's why that's a mistake -- especially for young entrepreneurs.
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