Dread the idea of meeting a bunch of strangers? Annoyed that your current networking efforts a waste of time?
You are not alone. The “Networking Survival Tips” seminar will provide pragmatic, easy to implement steps to help you convert initial conversations to new clients, teach you to successfully navigate a packed room and outline how to become a hub resource.
The free seminar will be held Tuesday, June 28, 7:30 – 9 a.m. at Massasoit Community College, Middleboro campus, 49 Union St, Middleborough, MA 02346
The seminar, sponsored by the Cranberry Country Chamber of Commerce and Rockland Trust, will be led by Steve Dubin, founder of My Pinnacle Network, a group of six business to business networks and PR Works, a full service marketing firm based in Plymouth, MA.
Networking tips and tactics will include how to work a room, how to stand out in a crowd, how to manage the exchange of business cards, how to select someone to talk with, how to get a prospect to open up, how to disengage, how to pick the right events, planning ahead, and how to follow up and take effective next steps.
Although the seminar is free and seating is limited to 30. Please RSVP at http://www.cranberrycountry.org, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org , (508) 947-1499.