Thousands of business professionals will flock to conferences this spring. Don't blow your biggest networking opportunities.
Here are five tips for dealing with this requisite chore, even if you're an introvert.
Here are five organizations for young people that work to put the 'selflessness' element back into networking.
Social Media Marketing
Don't underestimate the power of social media when it comes to marketing your specialty food business.
Just remember, success building an online audience comes down to learning what interests your audience and making it easy for them to find you.
Who is her hero? What books has he read? What is her dream job? Probe deeper to learn more.
'I'll give you this; now you have to give me that' is simply not going to help you build a long-lasting, productive relationship.
If you're not tapping these networks, you're missing out on two important sources of people who may be interested in your franchise.
Canadian entrepreneurs need them, for sure. But what about everyone else? The answer is . . . probably not.
Make More Happen
It's imperative to make a good first impression but, surprisingly, it's not all that hard to do.
LinkedIn's messaging feature allows others to get to know you first, on their own terms, which is preferable to pretty much everyone.
Jennie Enterprise knew New York executives didn't need another social club. So she gave them a deeper learning experience.
We can do our best work, forge our own path and challenge everyone to judge us on the results we achieve while still supporting and championing the women around us.
Some important elements of communication are lost in digital exchanges.