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NETWORKING IS IMPORTANT <br>Are you tired of consistently going to networking events and not being able to connect with as many people as you want to? Networking! Undoubtedly, this is a very important term for growing your business. You need to meet as many people as you can. But, this is not that easy as it sounds like. People are more comfortable being around the ones they know and with whom they already had interactions in the past. They think that going to an event where the actual theme is "networking" would make things easier. But unfortunately it doesn't. Even the most outgoing person will feel extremely nervous about striking a conversation with someone they randomly pick in a room filled with strangers. So, what is the solution? Only, SPEED NETWORKING!

WHAT IS SPEED NETWORKING? <br>While most networking events are unstructured making you feel lucky even if you speak to two or more people. But, speed networking is a structured networking event allowing you to speak to every person in the room. In this concept, you get the opportunity to pitch your business or idea to every single person in the room for a couple of minutes or so before moving on to the next person. This will allow you to talk about your business to a lot of people in a short period of time. If you feel that there could be a mutual benefit moving forward then you can follow up after the mini session and expand on the introduction you had earlier. This way, you get straight to the point of your agenda, which is introducing your business and your company that is usually the purpose of networking events.

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