This event is reserved for current members of the JBN networking group and other networking groups of which Kenneth von Hopf is affiliated. For the guests that have not applied for and been accepted to the group, and are on this Meetup email distribution awaiting your visit to your group of choice, you are not eligible for this particulat event. The facility can accomodate 50 attendees so I will accept the first 50 respondees from my 4 networking groups and depending on the response, I may schedule another event in the future. You can reply to this email and that reply means you have committed to paying $20 for your seat and to attend the full duration of the seminar.
The Work Your 'Net Seminar will be held on May 9 from 1:00 PM until 4:30 PM in the conference room of State Mortgage located at 9237 E. Via de Ventura, Suite #100, Scottsdale, AZ 85258. Casual dress to business casual is acceptable. The seminar will be lecture style with no internet access to attendees. We will provide some refreshments for your comfort. Notepads are recommended as plenty of information will be provided.
The proposed schedule includes the following: 1:00 PM Introductions Meeting your potential contact Using Cardscan to electronically create vCards. Organizing your contacts with client management software (i.e. Outlook) Electronically updating your databases @3:00-3:15 PM, Break and Networking Communicating with your contacts Seeking new opportunities through your contacts Ready access to your contacts Keeping your database safe @4:30 PM conclusion and questions
Again, we can only accept the first 50 respondees to this email to commit to the event and the $20 cost per person. This event is being specially offered to members of current networking groups only. The price will go up and we will open the event up to others interested in learning how to be more effective networkers. We appreciate your time and interest in Work Your 'Net Seminars.
We are a group of Jewish Business owners or employees who gather together to exchange professional business leads and referrals well as share our common heritage. We meet on the first and third Tuesdays each month for lunch and learn more about one another while formalizing professional friendships through bonds of camaraderie. We invite any Jewish Business person to join us for a Nosh and Kibbitz. Please check in with the facilitator prior to attending to ensure we have no duplication of professions. We appreciate your interest in the Jewish Business Network.
If your job title is taken, we work with other groups and will try to place you in a group that is mutually beneficial.