Business Networking for Better Relationships

2hr Business Workshop by Sharron Attwood & Zeeshan Pasha as part of the Nifnex Festival of Learning Feb 2019

So you know you need to ‘network’ but what does that actually mean to you and your business? A waste of time and money or the greatest investment you will ever make?

Join Sharron and Zeeshan and they bring you the facts, the fun and the fury of networking.  This duo will be combining their many years of experience with training in, writing about, running and facilitating in the networking space to bring you a fresh take on the subject.

Suited to the novice networker or the relatively experienced looking to reignite their enthusiasm for building a genuine network to support the growth of their business and allow mutual referrals!

This will be a highly interactive workshop as we invite you to share your relevant experience, ask questions and form clear objectives.

Three Key Learning Outcomes

  • Why you need a network – The benefits for everyone.
  • Defining your Network? (It’s probably not what you think)
  • How to network – events, connecting, face to face

 

Date: 8th Feb 2019 6pm at Integrity Business Centre, Osborne Park

Upon booking / payment, you will have access to pick the workshop/s of your choice based on the plan you have chosen. 

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About Nifnex Festival of Learning

Nifnex Festival of Learning is an annual event to encourage small business owners to constantly keep learning to stay on top of their business knowledge. The Festival hosts 40 business workshops facilitated by business experts on essential topics such as social media, purpose, book keeping, digital strategy, sales, funnels, presentation skills etc which help small businesses grow.

These workshops are organised by Nifnex in conjunction with Business Station as part of the ASBAS program and facilitated at our venue partner; Integrity Business Centre.