Conferences are an excellent way to connect with a targeted group of people in a short amount of time. With a little bit of preparation, you can justify the cost of the registration, travel, hotel and time spent not “working.” But many rely on serendipity when it comes to making connections at conferences — and if you don’t know what you are looking for, serendipity can become a missed opportunity.

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Written by lyceum
827 days ago

As a certified networker, Mike Ambassador Bruny's post is music for my ears! :)



Written by bigmoneyweb
833 days ago

very insightful post. these question suggestions for networking are very important. they help you understand and be prepared for anything that's thrown at you. thanks for sharing.



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