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New Meetup: How to Work a Networking Event

From: Mitchell L.
Sent on: Friday, January 1, 2010 2:32 PM
Although we'll also have a meeting in January, I thought I'd let you know about this meeting in February which will be well worth planning to attend.

Announcing a new Meetup for Silicon Valley Business (Marketing/Sales/BizDev) Meetup!

What: How to Work a Networking Event

When: February 10,[masked]:30 PM

Price: $20.00 per person

Intero Real Estate
10275 N De Anza Blvd
Cupertino, CA 95014

WHAT: How to Work a Networking Event
COST: $20 fee until Feb 8th, ($25 from Feb 9th)
DATE: February 10 5:30-8:30pm
NOTE: Get a free copy of "I'm at a Networking Event--Now What???" by Sandy Jones-Kaminski
LOCATION: Intero, 10275 N De Anza Blvd, Cupertino, CA 95014
REGISTER: RSVP in the space above
MAKE PAYMENT: Use this url [] to pay with credit card or PayPal

5:30-6:30 Signup and networking
6:30-7:30 Interactive talk with Sandy Jones-Kaminski
7:30-7:50 Announcements
7:50-8:30 Additional networking


Subject: How to Work a Networking Event

Need help to expand your business perspectives?
Find employment?
Make contact with that one person that can open doors for you?
Are you connecting with the right people?

Well, today's social networking environments practically demand that you have at least some knowledge of effective networking practices in order to achieve the results most of us are looking for.

Topics that will be covered will include:

  • Ways to be more memorable
  • Easy openers for any scenario
  • What it takes to be a likeable "schmoozer"
  • Four myths re: networking
  • How to be a "pay it forward" focused networker

For some, this session will serve solely as a reminder, but for many, it will offer valuable new insights on what to do. Just as importantly, you will learn what not to do while you're out there working hard to maintain good standing within your social networks (on-line or otherwise), and striving to grow and nurture your own invaluable social capital.

A good way to learn about Sandy and her message is to read a review of her book, "Just read this book and am very impressed with the practical advice that it offers. Sandy does a great job of pointing out tactics that work to make the most of networking situations. She also points out that just about every interaction with others is a networking event. By approaching your day-to-day this way you are casting a wide net. The other thing I really like about this book is that it doesn't just point the reader to online networking sites where friends are easy to come by but hard to leverage. Sandy points out the importance of real world, quality networking interactions over online quantity interactions. All-in-all I think this book will help anyone who wants to be more connected to explore new possibilities in their career or other areas they might be interested in but just don't know the right people yet." -Joe H.

If you want to learn how to be a better networker, pick up Sandy's book or come to this event an get a copy of her book for free.

About the Presenter:

Sandy Jones-Kaminski is a self-described networking enthusiast and accomplished business development professional. In 2002, she launched her own partnership marketing and biz dev strategy consulting practice called Bella Domain, LLC. She is also a recent VP of Networking for one of the largest chapters of the American Marketing Association and a former Chicago Greeter.

Sandy has designed and deployed programs for social media marketing, partnerships, affiliates, PR, lead generation, and has developed product names, and marketing communications for companies like G2B Ventures, (formerly, Jobster), PayScale, GA Creative and others. Sandy has over 15 years of practical experience in both start-up and mature business environments, which includes 4+ years in the Bay Area where she led the strategic partner program as an executive director and regional sales manager for TriNet. Sandy is the author of 'I'm at a Networking Event--Now What???' and knows how to make meaningful connections, cultivate relationships, host some great networking events, and create what she refers to as good social capital.

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