[act-ma] What's the secret to effective networking?

Robbie Samuels send2robbie at gmail.com
Fri Jul 28 20:32:51 PDT 2017

I'm excited to share that I'm offering a *free webinar* on Monday, 7/31
at 6pm ET where I'll be sharing some of the key takeaways from my new book
about networking at conferences. Join me so I can answer your questions.
Sign up even if you can't attend and I'll send you the replay. *REGISTER*

My book "soft launched" a couple of days ago and already has over 60
reviews! It publicly launches on Sunday and is available as a free Kindle
book for two days (reg. $9.99): www.robbiesamuels.com/bookstore


*Monday, July 31, 6 pm Eastern*
*Free Launch Webinar*

*Croissants vs. Bagels: Strategic, Effective, and Inclusive Networking at
Conferences with Author Robbie Samuels*

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When you register for a conference, it’s a *big* investment.

The cost might be covered by your company, but you will still need to be
out of the office for a few days. Are you planning ahead so you'll use the
time away strategically? Do you feel confident about making the most of the
opportunities at the event?

*Attend the virtual launch party for "Croissants vs. Bagels: Strategic,
Effective, and Inclusive Networking at Conferences"* and learn how to stop
wasting time networking and start building great relationships. Recognized
networking expert, speaker, and first-time author Robbie Samuels will share
many tips and strategies to help you level-up your networking prowess.

Whether you're an* introvert or extrovert*, networking novice or master
schmoozer, you'll learn how to plan strategically, follow up effectively,
and act inclusively.* Collecting business cards is not building

You're probably wondering about the title--what does "croissants" and
"bagels" have to do with networking? Picture those tight networking circles
at events--those are the "bagels." If someone opens up their body language
and makes space for others to join the circle--viola! "Croissant." Set the
intention to meet people and your body language will reflect your intention.


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