5 Actions to Take After a Networking Event

 

So we know why we network, but what do you do to follow up after a networking event?

After all, it’s what you do after the event that matters, as that is where the real work begins!

Here are 5 suggestions of what to do:

1) Google their name - You’d be amazed at what you can find by Googling a person. You can find additional information to help you with reasons to connect - or not to connect. This info can help with all the other steps on this list.

2) Make notes on what happened at the event, record your thoughts and create a list of actions to implement.

3) Write an email indicating that you enjoyed meeting them and why it makes sense to keep chatting.

4) Start a dialogue to stay in touch, if there is no need to meet - ask them what they thought of the event via email.

5) Connect with a LinkedIn Invitation including a note that you enjoyed meeting at the event where you met.

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