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Webgrrls Twitter Chat: Networking Best Practices

written by Nelly Yusupova
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Topics: Technology
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Networking is one of the most important skills professionals need to have…whether you are doing business development, are trying to find a job, or building relationships.  

During the Twitter Chat, we explored and shared answers to the following questions:

  • What does networking mean to you?
  • What is your primary goal when you network?
  • What are some things that you do to maximize your networking time at events
  • What are the three stages of the networking process?
  • What are some tools that you use to streamline your networking and follow-up process?

Below are some highlights from the event with answers to the above questions


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