Posts tagged Networking
At my university it was even a compulsory requirement of my course to complete a minimum of a month’s worth of work experience.
While most internships are unpaid and can often involve less than impressive tasks such as grabbing coffee or compiling activity reports, they are not to be underestimated as they are an invaluable tool to gaining experience and contacts within the profession.
Without a doubt, I believe completing four internships whilst at university More >
We have identified our most poplar blog of late, and it was without doubt Kim’s blog on networking . We thought we would run with the theme of networking and give you even more tips… in fact 20 more. So here are 20 Powerful Networking Tips according to networking aficionado, Suzy Jacobs.
Suzy is the founder of SHE Business Australia, a national business community for likeminded, intelligent & informed female entrepreneurs, business owners and careerists. Here is her recent article on networking…
20 POWERFUL NETWORKING TIPS
Anyone who meets me quickly finds out I’m a passionate campaigner for an evolved form of networking. Much More >
Public relations (PR) is about raising visibility of your business to create greater awareness and eventually, understanding for what you stand for. The idea is that through this long-term process, your target market will start believing and feeling a certain way towards your organisation (hopefully positive!) and take action (i.e. buy your products or services, refer you to a friend, subscribe to your newsletter, etc.).
The PR ‘toolbox’, that is all the initiatives and activities at your disposal to raise visibility of your business, can really extend as far as your imagination takes it – from media coverage, events and awards More >
After reading Jo Gitsham’s last post, you may have had a change of heart, giving that networking invitation in your inbox a second glance.
Jo hit the nail right on the head with this one. With the rise in social media, face-to-face networking is becoming more important than ever.
I will admit, without social media tools like Twitter, there is good chance I would have never come in contact with the people I have. It has been great chatting online with people in the industry with similar interests.
Twitter truly is a pandora’s box of networking opportunities. However at the same time, I’ve recently More >