New Professional Networking Service: Relationship ScienceRelSci was founded by Neil Goldmanand is backed by Wall Street pi...
What is Relationship Science?• Relationship Science is a startup founded by Neal  Goldman of Capital IQ, RelSci is based o...
What Will it Do?• RelSci claims that it will search the internet and map out  key relationships between the people to help...
How it Works• RelSci will profile two million of the biggest dealmakers,  brokers, and executives in the world.• Say you w...
Continued• “My life is all about networking,” said Kenneth Langone,  one of its big backers. “How many times do I say, „Ho...
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Relationship Science (RelSci) is the new thing in social networking. This program will help connect over 2 million people in major businesses and non-profit organizations. It was founded by Neal Goldman, and is currently being back with over 60 million dollars, by many Wall Street Pioneers such as Henry Kravis and Kenneth Langone.

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Relationship Science - Founded by Neil Goldman and is Backed by Wall Street Pioneers like Henry Kravis and Kenneth Langone

  1. 1. New Professional Networking Service: Relationship ScienceRelSci was founded by Neil Goldmanand is backed by Wall Street pioneerslike Henry Kravis and KennethLangone.
  2. 2. What is Relationship Science?• Relationship Science is a startup founded by Neal Goldman of Capital IQ, RelSci is based out of New York and is backed by Wall Street pioneers like Henry Kravis and Kenneth Langone.• It has over $60 million in funds from investors and over 500 employees to date.• RelSci is a service that will help connect influential people in business, finance, as well as nonprofit organizations.• The great thing: it won‟t require the user to input any kind of information except for names.
  3. 3. What Will it Do?• RelSci claims that it will search the internet and map out key relationships between the people to help them connect, make deals, sell products, raise money, and more.• It is expected to give the user the names of their spouses and children, associates, their charity work, political donations, and more.• “I always thought there had to be an easier way to identify and connect with the people and organizations I needed to reach to achieve my goals,” founder Neal Goldman said. “So I decided to create RelSci to fill that need.
  4. 4. How it Works• RelSci will profile two million of the biggest dealmakers, brokers, and executives in the world.• Say you wanted to get in touch with Henry Kravis but didn‟t know how—you would jus type his name into the program and it would scan for any people that knew the both of you. If no one can be found, it would then search for secondary connections that would allow the person to see who they needed to get in touch with in order to contact to Mr. Kravis.• When you search for connections, they will be ranked as well. This way, if you have 3 connections in common with Mr. Kravis, you can contact the strongest one first.
  5. 5. Continued• “My life is all about networking,” said Kenneth Langone, one of its big backers. “How many times do I say, „How do I get to this guy?‟ It is scary how much it helps.” Langone was so excited about the system that he not only invested in it, but he also joined the board.• The system will be $3,000 a year for a person to use this tool.• It it expected to save many people valuable time and help create relationships that normally wouldn‟t have happened.• A release date for the software has not been set yet, but it is expected to be out relatively soon.

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