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Happy Business Networking

Be the person you’d like to talk to

If you go into a “Business Networking” situation looking to get people interested in you and your business you may not have a great deal of success.

Likewise, if you are only looking to connect with people who might be of benefit to you then you are unlikely to come across as a the sort of person others would like to connect with.


“You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.”
― Dale Carnegie, How to Win Friends and Influence People


The key to happy networking is to be open to any individual, any situation and any conversation.

Do not go in there with an agenda – for example, “I need someone who could design me a website at a discount, I’ll try to befriend a tech person while I’m in there…”

First up, there might not be a tech person there and while you waste time looking for them, you’ll miss out on all sorts of positive connections you could have made. Second, the tech person might not like you, or you might not like them! It’s generally best to build friendships with people you can actually get along with. And finally, if your actions and conversations are being led by a specific plan in mind, that will come across to the people you meet and it’s not a particularly attractive trait to be labelled with.

So the key here is to go into every situation excited about the different people you will meet, keen to learn all about them (put telling them all about you on the back burner), feeling relaxed and open to what you can learn from many different people. No agenda apart from perhaps the notion you might make some great friends today and have some fun!

So what’s the point (apart from increasing my social circle)?

Although what you can get out of Business Networking shouldn’t be your reason for doing it, there are endless benefits to making connections with people.

  1. We call it work but actually have a jolly nice, relaxed and sociable time!
  2. Ideas sharing.
  3. Building a bigger friends network.
  4. Individual specialist skills/support from each person you meet.
  5. Increasing your customer base.
  6. Confidence building.
  7. Happy factor from helping/supporting others.
  8. Infinite reasons why connecting to other humans boosts wellbeing.

The world is your oyster

When people think of business networking, perhaps the image that springs to mind is of business breakfasts or some other organised event for like-minded business people to meet up.

Of course this is a useful option but don’t limit yourself to type of occasion.

You can make connections wherever you go and now you know it should feel more sociable than formal, you don’t have to limit yourself to networking only during working hours.

As well as obvious business situations, why not try striking up conversations with people you don’t know while your on the bus, at a baby and toddler group you attend, at your local market, join in with a chat on a Facebook group, down the pub on a Friday night, while on holiday even?

The possibilities are endless and who know where that next conversation may lead you?

If you would like to know more or want to arrange to attend one of our upcoming Business networking events, please contact us for a chat.

You can also find out more about what we do by visiting either The Introbiz Networking or The Introbiz Expo websites, as well as find some offers for Introbiz members by visiting the Introbizbox website.


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Happy Business Networking

Be the person you’d like to talk to

If you go into a “Business Networking” situation looking to get people interested in you and your business you may not have a great deal of success.

Likewise, if you are only looking to connect with people who might be of benefit to you then you are unlikely to come across as a the sort of person others would like to connect with.


“You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.”
― Dale Carnegie, How to Win Friends and Influence People


The key to happy networking is to be open to any individual, any situation and any conversation.

Do not go in there with an agenda – for example, “I need someone who could design me a website at a discount, I’ll try to befriend a tech person while I’m in there…”

First up, there might not be a tech person there and while you waste time looking for them, you’ll miss out on all sorts of positive connections you could have made. Second, the tech person might not like you, or you might not like them! It’s generally best to build friendships with people you can actually get along with. And finally, if your actions and conversations are being led by a specific plan in mind, that will come across to the people you meet and it’s not a particularly attractive trait to be labelled with.

So the key here is to go into every situation excited about the different people you will meet, keen to learn all about them (put telling them all about you on the back burner), feeling relaxed and open to what you can learn from many different people. No agenda apart from perhaps the notion you might make some great friends today and have some fun!

So what’s the point (apart from increasing my social circle)?

Although what you can get out of Business Networking shouldn’t be your reason for doing it, there are endless benefits to making connections with people.

  1. We call it work but actually have a jolly nice, relaxed and sociable time!
  2. Ideas sharing.
  3. Building a bigger friends network.
  4. Individual specialist skills/support from each person you meet.
  5. Increasing your customer base.
  6. Confidence building.
  7. Happy factor from helping/supporting others.
  8. Infinite reasons why connecting to other humans boosts wellbeing.

The world is your oyster

When people think of business networking, perhaps the image that springs to mind is of business breakfasts or some other organised event for like-minded business people to meet up.

Of course this is a useful option but don’t limit yourself to type of occasion.

You can make connections wherever you go and now you know it should feel more sociable than formal, you don’t have to limit yourself to networking only during working hours.

As well as obvious business situations, why not try striking up conversations with people you don’t know while your on the bus, at a baby and toddler group you attend, at your local market, join in with a chat on a Facebook group, down the pub on a Friday night, while on holiday even?

The possibilities are endless and who know where that next conversation may lead you?

If you would like to know more or want to arrange to attend one of our upcoming Business networking events, please contact us for a chat.

You can also find out more about what we do by visiting either The Introbiz Networking or The Introbiz Expo websites, as well as find some offers for Introbiz members by visiting the Introbizbox website.


Happy Business Networking

Be the person you’d like to talk to

If you go into a “Business Networking” situation looking to get people interested in you and your business you may not have a great deal of success.

Likewise, if you are only looking to connect with people who might be of benefit to you then you are unlikely to come across as a the sort of person others would like to connect with.


“You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.”
― Dale Carnegie, How to Win Friends and Influence People


The key to happy networking is to be open to any individual, any situation and any conversation.

Do not go in there with an agenda – for example, “I need someone who could design me a website at a discount, I’ll try to befriend a tech person while I’m in there…”

First up, there might not be a tech person there and while you waste time looking for them, you’ll miss out on all sorts of positive connections you could have made. Second, the tech person might not like you, or you might not like them! It’s generally best to build friendships with people you can actually get along with. And finally, if your actions and conversations are being led by a specific plan in mind, that will come across to the people you meet and it’s not a particularly attractive trait to be labelled with.

So the key here is to go into every situation excited about the different people you will meet, keen to learn all about them (put telling them all about you on the back burner), feeling relaxed and open to what you can learn from many different people. No agenda apart from perhaps the notion you might make some great friends today and have some fun!

So what’s the point (apart from increasing my social circle)?

Although what you can get out of Business Networking shouldn’t be your reason for doing it, there are endless benefits to making connections with people.

  1. We call it work but actually have a jolly nice, relaxed and sociable time!
  2. Ideas sharing.
  3. Building a bigger friends network.
  4. Individual specialist skills/support from each person you meet.
  5. Increasing your customer base.
  6. Confidence building.
  7. Happy factor from helping/supporting others.
  8. Infinite reasons why connecting to other humans boosts wellbeing.

The world is your oyster

When people think of business networking, perhaps the image that springs to mind is of business breakfasts or some other organised event for like-minded business people to meet up.

Of course this is a useful option but don’t limit yourself to type of occasion.

You can make connections wherever you go and now you know it should feel more sociable than formal, you don’t have to limit yourself to networking only during working hours.

As well as obvious business situations, why not try striking up conversations with people you don’t know while your on the bus, at a baby and toddler group you attend, at your local market, join in with a chat on a Facebook group, down the pub on a Friday night, while on holiday even?

The possibilities are endless and who know where that next conversation may lead you?

If you would like to know more or want to arrange to attend one of our upcoming Business networking events, please contact us for a chat.

You can also find out more about what we do by visiting either The Introbiz Networking or The Introbiz Expo websites, as well as find some offers for Introbiz members by visiting the Introbizbox website.


Happy Business Networking

Be the person you’d like to talk to

If you go into a “Business Networking” situation looking to get people interested in you and your business you may not have a great deal of success.

Likewise, if you are only looking to connect with people who might be of benefit to you then you are unlikely to come across as a the sort of person others would like to connect with.


“You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.”
― Dale Carnegie, How to Win Friends and Influence People


The key to happy networking is to be open to any individual, any situation and any conversation.

Do not go in there with an agenda – for example, “I need someone who could design me a website at a discount, I’ll try to befriend a tech person while I’m in there…”

First up, there might not be a tech person there and while you waste time looking for them, you’ll miss out on all sorts of positive connections you could have made. Second, the tech person might not like you, or you might not like them! It’s generally best to build friendships with people you can actually get along with. And finally, if your actions and conversations are being led by a specific plan in mind, that will come across to the people you meet and it’s not a particularly attractive trait to be labelled with.

So the key here is to go into every situation excited about the different people you will meet, keen to learn all about them (put telling them all about you on the back burner), feeling relaxed and open to what you can learn from many different people. No agenda apart from perhaps the notion you might make some great friends today and have some fun!

So what’s the point (apart from increasing my social circle)?

Although what you can get out of Business Networking shouldn’t be your reason for doing it, there are endless benefits to making connections with people.

  1. We call it work but actually have a jolly nice, relaxed and sociable time!
  2. Ideas sharing.
  3. Building a bigger friends network.
  4. Individual specialist skills/support from each person you meet.
  5. Increasing your customer base.
  6. Confidence building.
  7. Happy factor from helping/supporting others.
  8. Infinite reasons why connecting to other humans boosts wellbeing.

The world is your oyster

When people think of business networking, perhaps the image that springs to mind is of business breakfasts or some other organised event for like-minded business people to meet up.

Of course this is a useful option but don’t limit yourself to type of occasion.

You can make connections wherever you go and now you know it should feel more sociable than formal, you don’t have to limit yourself to networking only during working hours.

As well as obvious business situations, why not try striking up conversations with people you don’t know while your on the bus, at a baby and toddler group you attend, at your local market, join in with a chat on a Facebook group, down the pub on a Friday night, while on holiday even?

The possibilities are endless and who know where that next conversation may lead you?

If you would like to know more or want to arrange to attend one of our upcoming Business networking events, please contact us for a chat.

You can also find out more about what we do by visiting either The Introbiz Networking or The Introbiz Expo websites, as well as find some offers for Introbiz members by visiting the Introbizbox website.


Happy Business Networking

Be the person you’d like to talk to

If you go into a “Business Networking” situation looking to get people interested in you and your business you may not have a great deal of success.

Likewise, if you are only looking to connect with people who might be of benefit to you then you are unlikely to come across as a the sort of person others would like to connect with.


“You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.”
― Dale Carnegie, How to Win Friends and Influence People


The key to happy networking is to be open to any individual, any situation and any conversation.

Do not go in there with an agenda – for example, “I need someone who could design me a website at a discount, I’ll try to befriend a tech person while I’m in there…”

First up, there might not be a tech person there and while you waste time looking for them, you’ll miss out on all sorts of positive connections you could have made. Second, the tech person might not like you, or you might not like them! It’s generally best to build friendships with people you can actually get along with. And finally, if your actions and conversations are being led by a specific plan in mind, that will come across to the people you meet and it’s not a particularly attractive trait to be labelled with.

So the key here is to go into every situation excited about the different people you will meet, keen to learn all about them (put telling them all about you on the back burner), feeling relaxed and open to what you can learn from many different people. No agenda apart from perhaps the notion you might make some great friends today and have some fun!

So what’s the point (apart from increasing my social circle)?

Although what you can get out of Business Networking shouldn’t be your reason for doing it, there are endless benefits to making connections with people.

  1. We call it work but actually have a jolly nice, relaxed and sociable time!
  2. Ideas sharing.
  3. Building a bigger friends network.
  4. Individual specialist skills/support from each person you meet.
  5. Increasing your customer base.
  6. Confidence building.
  7. Happy factor from helping/supporting others.
  8. Infinite reasons why connecting to other humans boosts wellbeing.

The world is your oyster

When people think of business networking, perhaps the image that springs to mind is of business breakfasts or some other organised event for like-minded business people to meet up.

Of course this is a useful option but don’t limit yourself to type of occasion.

You can make connections wherever you go and now you know it should feel more sociable than formal, you don’t have to limit yourself to networking only during working hours.

As well as obvious business situations, why not try striking up conversations with people you don’t know while your on the bus, at a baby and toddler group you attend, at your local market, join in with a chat on a Facebook group, down the pub on a Friday night, while on holiday even?

The possibilities are endless and who know where that next conversation may lead you?

If you would like to know more or want to arrange to attend one of our upcoming Business networking events, please contact us for a chat.

You can also find out more about what we do by visiting either The Introbiz Networking or The Introbiz Expo websites, as well as find some offers for Introbiz members by visiting the Introbizbox website.


Business Networking Events for August in Penarth, Cardiff, Cardiff Bay and The Vale of Glamorgan…

POWER GROUP EVENT AT HOLM HOUSE HOTEL This is an event for both the members of the network as well as visitors looking to try the Introbiz experience. This structured, yet fun power group event will be held at Holm House Hotel, Penarth on Thursday, 9th August from 4-6pm. This event is perfect for business […]

https://passionateaboutnetworking.com/2018/07/23/business-networking-events-for-august-in-penarth-cardiff-cardiff-bay-and-the-vale-of-glamorgan-10/

Afternoon Business Networking, See our Latest Events

We have lots of Business Networking events planned for 2018 including many afternoon events in some lovely venues. Please find the details for next week’s business event in South Wales…..http://www.introbiz.co.uk/networking-events/ For more about Introbiz see the Introbiz website… If you would like to know more or want to arrange to attend one of our […]

https://passionateaboutnetworking.com/2018/07/19/afternoon-business-networking-see-our-latest-events-46/

Business Networking Event in Cardiff, South Wales…

  
See April’s upcoming #Introbiz Business Events at HugoBoss Store Cardiff, Chapel 1877 Bar and Restaurant & The Vale Resort. Let us connect you to 100’s of new businesses in South Wales looking for new Business connections & relationships…

Want to join us, see further information here: https://lnkd.in/ewEv7Nw

The New Floor Plan for Introbiz Expo 2018…

  
Here is a new updated Introbiz Expo Floorplan with a Private Audience area for meeting The Apprentice’s Lord Sugar at the VIP Networking Lunch Event at Wales Biggest Business Exhibition for 2018 in the Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff on Thursday 22nd November starting at 12pm to 2pm..

Network with all Keynote Speakers Sponsors & Exhibitors at this Exclusive private VIP event with Delicious Food & Refreshments..

Want to join us see our EarlyBird offer here… 

http://expo.introbiz.co.uk/an-audience-with-lord-sugar/

The New Floor Plan for Introbiz Expo 2018…

  
Here is a new updated Introbiz Expo Floorplan with a Private Audience area for meeting The Apprentice’s Lord Sugar at the VIP Networking Lunch Event at Wales Biggest Business Exhibition for 2018 in the Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff on Thursday 22nd November starting at 12pm to 2pm..

Network with all Keynote Speakers Sponsors & Exhibitors at this Exclusive private VIP event with Delicious Food & Refreshments..

Want to join us see our EarlyBird offer here… 

http://expo.introbiz.co.uk/an-audience-with-lord-sugar/