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10 Tips for Networking Events!

As we move into the spring season, it's a great time to focus on growing and expanding your professional network. Whether you're just starting out in your career or looking to make new connections, networking is a crucial skill that can help you achieve your business goals!

To help you make the most of your networking efforts this spring, we've put together some tips and strategies to help you nail your next networking event.

1. Show Up Early

Be prepared, and ready to work!

2. Split Up

If you attend a networking event with a friend or associate, split up. You're here to meet new people!

3. Walk the Crowd Once

Get familiar with the people and your surroundings.

4. Make a Good First Impression

A firm handshake and strong eye contact will create a nice, professional connection.

5. Make a Compelling Pitch

Make your 30-second elevator pitch compelling to listen to. Ask and tell!

6. Practice & Perfect Your Pitch

Know your 30-second elevator pitch, but don't read it off like a script. Loosen up and let it flow naturally.

7. Be Enthusiastic

Make sure you body language and facial expressions are inviting! A warm smile and a positive attitude will get you a long way.

8. Use Your Time Wisely

Don't waste time if the person isn't a good prospect. Disengage respectfully and move on to someone new!

9. Eat Early

If the event offers food, get your fill when you first arrive. Finish eating before you start mingling – it's hard to do both at the same time.

10. Stay Until the End

Really want to make a long-lasting impression? Stay until the end! The longer you stay, the more contacts you will make.

By implementing these networking tips, you can connect with others, learn from their experiences, and grow your professional network. Remember, building and maintaining relationships takes time and effort, but the rewards can be invaluable. Good luck and happy networking!

With love,

Taylor & crew


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