Wednesday, February 20 : 3 – 5 pm, Speakers at 4 pm
Did you ever think of networking as a contact sport?
Sure, it’s not so much about tackles and avoiding balls moving at 100 mph, but it certainly involves physicality — a firm handshake is a must, after all. And it’s also figuratively about contact, considering you’re contacting new and potential customers every time you attend an event.
If you’re interested in learning more about the science and sport of networking, join us for February’s Biz Café. There, Cap Poore, CEO/President of Cap & Company, will teach you networking tips from an expert’s perspective.
Cap calls himself a teacher by profession, a salesman by trade and a speaker by choice. And he has been networking since 1996, when he started his own follow-up marketing business.
In this presentation, “Networking is a Contact Sport,” Cap will demonstrate the professional way to network — which can give you a serious advantage when you’re meeting people and building authentic relationships.
Here are some top takeaways from Cap’s presentation:
- How to set goals for each networking opportunity — like how many contacts you will make at the meeting.
- What must-haves should you bring to events?
- Top tips for talking to total strangers.
Don’t forget: Due to popular demand, Biz Café is now from 3-5 p.m.
Please join us at Rounds Bakery from 3 to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, February 20; the program starts at 4 p.m. It’s free to attend, no RSVPs are needed, and everyone is welcome!
Bring your questions and your best firm handshake, and get ready for some tips to help you network like a boss.