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Updated: August 8, 2017
The basics of networking haven't changed: it's about opening doors and creating links between people who share a common interest. This still happens face to face all the time. Chamber of Commerce mixers are great examples, combining social and business activity in a relaxed environment. Service clubs also provide a good venue for building networks.
We can do a lot of networking one-on-one, too. Here are a few practices that are especially useful:
Simple steps like this can go a long way towards establishing relationships. It's hard to build collaborations and partnerships with people you don't know, so give networking a try!
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