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How many people does it take for a good networking meeting? - Business Networking Blog

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2008-05-13 12:25:00
How many people does it take for a good networking meeting?

I attended a networking showcase event recently where a number of us introduced our own business networking organisations. Andy Lopata also spoke and mentioned a great networking event that he attends every month where there are just 2 attendees, Andy and I. We are at the stage where we advocate each other and every month we progress our business relationship further. Our 121 meeting is very productive in generating referrals. Andy mentioned one instance where my referral led him to business in an organisation he had been targetting for 4 years.

Next time you find yourself asking 'how many people will be at the event?' maybe think about another question.

'Will the people there be ones that I can build productive business relationships with?'

Good Networking!

Dave Clarke

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Posted by Dave Clarke at 12:25:00, 13 May 08
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