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Who should you invite along to your networking group? - Business Networking Blog

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2009-10-08 08:40:00
Who should you invite along to your networking group?
Over lunch yesterday I was chatting with some colleagues about inviting guests to a networking group we belong to. One name was mentioned and someone said "No, all he will do is see it as a selling opportunity and give everyone the hard sell".

We then had a discussion about who would be right and someone summed it up nicely "I will invite the people who always look to add value first in any interaction. That's always a good sign that they understand the importance of building relationships first".

She was absolutely right. It's the people who give value first who will receive huge value in the long term.

Good Networking!
Dave Clarke
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Posted by Dave Clarke at 8:40:00, 08 Oct 09
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