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Build Better Connections at Networking Events by Asking This One Question Learn how to stand out from everyone else.

By Kate Volman

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The whole point of attending networking events is to expand our network and build better relationships. That means connecting with people in a way that allows us to make the most out of our conversations.

However, if you ask the same thing everyone else does, you probably won't end up making much of an impression. By contrast, if you're willing to ask people new and more interesting questions, you can stand out from the crowd.

In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Kate Volman shares one questions she likes to ask people at events in order to create more meaningful conversations.

Click play to learn more.

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Kate Volman

Entrepreneur Network Partner

With over 15 years of experience in marketing and business development strategies, Kate Volman's specialty is working with small business. Her YouTube channel includes videos featuring tips on marketing, networking, and business development.

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