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While it is a good idea to keep traveling at a minimum right now, if you need to do so for business, there are a few things you should keep in mind. Networking and traveling during the pandemic can be a safer and easier experience if you follow a few tips. Here is what business owners like Jaime Manteiga, founder of TapTok, are doing right now to keep networking while traveling during the COVID-19 pandemic. READ MORE AT THE...
How effective is networking in a virtual environment versus in-person? Networking has certainly evolved during the pandemic. Fortunately, we have technology to facilitate continued interaction, and we have to continue to move forward. For those who are in a position in which they are expected to bring in business now or in the future, networking and building a network is particularly important. READ MORE AT VIRGINIA LAWYERS WEEKLY
The first week of February is International Networking Week. Now that companies have turned virtual, many people are conducting business virtually.  We’re talking body language tips for virtual networking.  When you’re on zoom, you want to be three or four feet away from the camera. This will allow people to see your gestures and upper body. This way you’re not just a bobblehead. READ MORE AT WFMY NEWS 2
With much uncertainty in the world and the job market due to the COVID-19 pandemic, networking is more important than ever. While we can’t meet and make connections face to face, for the time being, virtual networking is one of the best ways for students to stay connected with potential employers and gain valuable insights from industry professionals. READ MORE AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
Networking these days is even more important than ever -- especially given that millions of people have lost their jobs because of the pandemic. Networking is also critical for business leaders who are seeking new ways to grow -- finding new customers, partners, and talented people who can help them innovate or gain access to new markets. To network effectively these days, you have to do all the right...
Remote learning may have changed the way students currently live and operate. But virtual networking is still possible and can be just as effective for landing your first opportunity after college. Here are four ways you can bolster your online network this school year. 1. Connect with Prospective Employers Here’s a simple virtual networking strategy almost any student or recent graduate can use: commit to writing three...
How do you successfully network during a global pandemic? Amid Covid-19, entrepreneurs have swapped in-person networking nights for virtual events. But as the pandemic continues, the concept of “remote networking” reveals its own series of hurdles. Networking, whether it is done virtually or in-person, needs plenty of effort, energy and enthusiasm.  READ MORE AT THE STORY EXCHANGE