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The Networking Catch 22 - Business Networking Blog

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2011-02-01 17:22:53
The Networking Catch 22

In networking you will often be looking for a referral from someone you have not done business with. This can be a problem as the person may well need some experience of what you do first.

 

In this short podcast I talk about how you can share your expertise and build the trust needed for someone to recommend you.

 

Good Networking!

Dave Clarke

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