The old “can you hear me now?” ads for Verizon emphasized the power of a cellular network. Yet ask any business owner or B2B professional and they will tell you that a network of contacts can be even more powerful. That’s partly why My Pinnacle Network, a business-to-business networking group with monthly meetings in Braintree, Mansfield, Needham, Pembroke, Plymouth and Westborough, MA, recognizes the region’s best B2B networkers with its annual Networking Ninja awards.
For the fourth annual awards, My Pinnacle Network is seeking nominees in the following categories: Best Connector (helping bring people together); Most Ubiquitous (appears to be at every networking event); Most Altruistic (does most for others); and Brightest Beacon (adds energy to networking events).
You can vote for your favorite B2B networker by clicking on the link on the My Pinnacle Network home page.
Voting began on February 15 and will end on March 31. Nominees must be B2B professionals or small business owners whose customers are other businesses. Non-My Pinnacle Network members are also eligible.
Winners will be announced on Tuesday, April 16 at a joint networking event with My Pinnacle Network and the South Shore Networking Professionals Group (https://ssnpg.com) at the Cask N Flagon, 840 Plain Street, Marshfield, MA. Winners will receive a customized trophy, in addition to recognition at an My Pinnacle Network event and promotional materials.
Last year’s winners were: Carmella Beroth, of Debt Management, Inc. in Mansfield, MA, took home the honors as Best Connector. Sheldon Prenovitz of Concord, MA-based ConnectPay won the Most Ubiquitous Networking Ninja Award. Brian MacFee of System Support in Marshfield, MA won the Brightest Beacon honors. Lois Drukman of Walter May Insurance in Hingham, MA won the Most Altruistic Networking Ninja Award.
“Networking, sharing information and opportunity, is what makes the world go round,” noted Steven V. Dubin, one of the founders of My Pinnacle Network. He continued, “The Networking Ninja Awards recognize the contributions of our areas best connectors, best networkers and encourages everyone to open their doors and databases to help each other. Both whimsical and pragmatic, these awards will provide recognition for many who typically do great deeds and humbly hang is the shadows.”
For information about the Networking Ninja Awards, please visit https://www.mypinnaclenetwork.com/Ninja/, or contact Steven V. Dubin at SDubin@MyPinnacleNetwork.com or 781-582-1061.