Sometimes putting in the extra time to build business relationships face to face is just not an option. So how do you build meaningful relationships remotely?
Business networking can be a great way to grow your business, if you manage to avoid its ugly side. Here’s how to get it right.
The ‘Sapphire’ women’s business network has been launched to deliver much more than your standard business networking group for women in Hertfordshire.
At networking events spend time tending to the shoots and never pluck fruit until it is ripe.
If you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with, what does that mean for the future of your business?
Check out our women’s business network listings for local meetings and events across the UK.
Networking isn’t always easy for introverts, but if you run your own business you will need to face it. Rituals help, here are a few that work for me.
Whether you are big business or work for yourself, you need to get noticed and that means raising your profile. Rosemary Cooper-Clark shares her top tips for standing out online, in print and in person.
Social media can be an effective way to get your company out there to a wide, yet tailored, selection of potential clients and customers.
If networking isn’t working for you, here’s where you may be going wrong and how to turn it around.
Learning how to network is worth the effort: it opens up career and business opportunities. If you follow our top tips you might just enjoy it too!
Love it or hate it, Facebook is a top driver of business sales and engagement. Can you afford to ignore it?
Don’t waste time on LinkedIn and other social networks with techniques that are simply intent on connecting with more people or adding more followers. You will be disappointed by the return on your investment.
Lack of of self-confidence can destroy your business. Here’s how to break the cycle.