Helping Solo Professionals Develop and Grow Their Businesses and Effectively Serve Their Clients
SPC members have long expressed an interest in an additional channel for unstructured networking and just plain schmoozing about their business triumphs and trials. We launched our Meetups a while back, and have received very positive feedback from those participating ... and so we’re pleased to announce our next Burlington Lunchtime Meetup, to be held Friday, September 13, at 1:00 p.m.
For those who haven't yet participated,there is no registration fee and you don't have to be a member to attend. Please register on Meetup so we can push tables together for everyone. When you arrive, find yourself something appealing to nosh on, settle at the cash register, and join the group.
We’ve picked 1:00 p.m. on a Friday as our start time to avoid the crush and let people take as much time as they feel they can afford…and maybe start a new conversation they can pick up later!
Expand Your Referral Network
It’s time to meet the right people! The people who return your calls. The people who answer your questions. The people who send you leads.
In this dynamic and interactive presentation, you will learn and practice three key skills for getting better results from business networking.
Our natural and conversational approach will open up more opportunities to meet the right people, strengthen relationships, follow up effectively, and expand your referral network.
You will also learn advanced techniques you can use immediately to start business conversations, discover relevant connections, and inspire people to call you.
The meeting price is $45 for members and first-time attendees. All others are $65.
About Our Speaker:
Andrew Winig is the Elevator Pitch Coach. He is on a mission to change the way people learn business networking. In his keynote speeches, participants are on their feet talking to each other within the first 40 seconds. This helps them learn and practice key skills they can use immediately to get better results from their business networking groups. People share his book, the “Elevator Pitch Handbook: The Step-by-Step Guide to Starting Conversations” with their business partners, spouses, and even their kids.