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  • 1. Network with Success Dena Gibson
  • 2.
    • Evaluate and Determine who and why a connection should be made.
    • Ask, What can I bring that will make me or my business a desired connection?
    • Formulate qualifying questions for yourself that will help evaluate a potential connection.
    Getting Connected
  • 3. Evaluate
    • Once you evaluate and determine what the needs are, you then can begin to research various networking groups. Is the group or association a “good” fit.
    • Understand your ideal lead, what is the criteria for a follow up meeting?
  • 4.
    • Business Owners
    • Network and promote your business and the business of your group members by referrals and recommendations.
    • BNI Business Networking International, members are business owners and employees. There are local chapters in just about every city in US and worldwide. Each chapter contains only one member from each profession, this helps to promote those in your chapter.
    • Professional & Trade
    • Groups that contain members of the same profession or field. They share, ideas, resources, and tools to promote growth for those in their profession. Licensing, ethics, internships, scholarships, funding help growth. Members are encouraged to stay informed with seminars, classes, mixers and conferences keeping members connected with others and new developments to further the profession.
    Business & Professional
  • 5. CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE
    • SACRAMENTO HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
    • SACRAMENTO BLACK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
    • SACRAMENTO ASIAN PACIFIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
    • SACRAMENTO METRO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
    • CALIFORNIA HISPANIC CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE
    • UNITED STATES HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
    • CALIFORNIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
  • 6. Networking for the Individual, YOU!
    • Life has a way of throwing curves and changes.