If you belong to a networking group where everyone introduces themselves to the whole group before you start face to face interaction, then I would like to give you a quick idea. Always have a pen and paper ready when people are introducing themselves. When you hear from someone you want to meet write down their name and their company so you can introduce yourself once the mixing & mingling starts.
If you don’t get a chance to talk to them at the event you can look up the company and call the person directly. Often a personal call a day or two later will net better results than a few minutes of talking at a busy networking event.
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Robert J. Weese – www.b2bsalesconnections.com