You may be at the top, but networking still matters – how to do it well
Wednesday, January 15, 2014/
Regardless of whether you’re a managing director of a Fortune 500 company or the founder of a start-up business, networking is essential to staying ahead in the current economic climate.
Maintaining and building connections has the potential to attract new clients, enhance your reputation, foster a community of cooperation, and keep you in touch with your employees, consumers and industry peers.
In this StartupSmart eBook we share tips and advice from networking experts to help you navigatve the increasingly global, and competitive, business landscape.
- Why networking as a director is important
- How to effectively build contacts
- Cultural differences for directors to be mindful of when networking overseas
- How to turn a contract into a career opportunity
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