How effectively do you network? Why is it important to build a genuine personal relationship before starting to talk business? Most of us prefer to do business with people we know like and trust. How do we go about building this trust? A Few Quiet Yarns is one way to build genuine business connections.
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A Few Quiet Yarns will be held monthly in Auckland and b-monthly in other centres in New Zealand.
I work across the areas of ICT, Digital Transformation, Social Media, Digital Marketing using the breadth and depth of my experiences across the Sales, Marketing, Creative, PR, Events, Social, Software/App Development, Management, Change and Technology - as I can bridge the gaps between those departments effectively.
I am passionate about the solutions I provide and genuinely enjoy helping people solve their business challenges. Having worked across a range of industries and personalities I frequently meet people from all walks of life on their level and see the world from their point of view - this helps me provide responses in their language or customer-empathetic-communications.
I am always open to meeting new people, and listening to their story and operate my own networking group "A Few Quiet Yarns", where a range of people can meet and network in a social environment to build a personal relationship which naturally progresses to doing business, with people you know and trust. "Social networking in real time, a.k.a. going down to the pub for a few quiets".
Feel free to get in touch with me if you'd like to have a business yarn.
Meet the person, not the suit. Start a relaxed conversation about yourself and your interests.
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