The Power Of Networking: Distinguish Yourself From The Crowd

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The Power of Networking

Do you feel the dread of networking in a room filled with strangers? Do you ever feel tongue tied and unable to be yourself?
You feel intimidated by the crowd and don't know how to break the ice. You don't know how to engage the conversation because you fear the rejection of these strangers.
If you wish to network like a Pro in any networking event, engage in meaningful conversations and build relationship that can last a lifetime, please join us on this conference of strategic networking:

Date: January 26th, 2016
Time: 6:30pm to 9:00pm
Network reception at 6:30
Appetitizers or canape will be provided
Event starts at 7:00pm
Admission: $10
All profits will go to Pencil of Promise - a non-profit organization , building over 150 schools across Africa, Asia, and Latin America and delivered over 10 million educational hours to children in poverty. (https://pencilsofpromise.org/take-action/)

Kwesi Millington – Inspirational Motivational Speaker
Police officer and Life coach

Edmund Chien – Financial Advisor
Founder of Edmund Chien Sales and Business Development Consulting, Advisor at Sunlife Financial, Instructor and Paratrooper at Canadian Armed forces

Jeremy Choi – Serial Entrepreneur
Founder of WPUP Inc., Co-Founder of Dyma, Co-Founder of Athlete Activation System Inc., Communication Chair of Entrepreneurs' Organization, and VP of communications for NAAAP Toronto

They will speak about the mechanisms of a networking event, and to mix and mingle naturally. Take charge of your mindset and ask the right questions to build new relationships.

Please invite your family and friends and join us on this discussion on the road of networking!

For more information, please contact the organizer at:
Jean Yang
jyangcs@gmail.com

Image Courtesy of:
www.planyourmeetings.com
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