Business Networking Part 9 – Attracting Your Ideal Client
Build It And They Will Come
Note: 4.5/5 (2 notes) 1,240 students
Instructor(s): Scott Paton
Last update: 2020-11-16
What you’ll learn
- How to start your own Networking Events
- How to Attract Your Ideal Clients
- Discover the best way to leverage networking
- Business-to-Business Networking Success Tips
- It is helpful to take our previous courses on Networking
- Be in a successful business
Attracting versus Prospecting! Most people think of networking as reaching out and looking for your ideal client, but it can be more. What if your ideal client started coming to you?
Learn how to start up your own networking events.
Discover how easily you can start your own…
Morning Joe – coffee breaks
Networking is both a Science and an Art. In this Networking course, we’re going to cover the science of networking including the different types of networking groups, the different type of networking formats, and how to start your own networking groups. We are also going to cover the Art of Networking so you can choose the right groups to start, build long-lasting relationships, and maximize your impact in your ever growing sphere of influence.
It doesn’t matter what your industry is. Without mastering the art of networking, one cannot thrive. Although you may be self-sufficient, building relationships is an art. Entrepreneur India spoke with Ivan Miser, founder of Business Network International (BNI), a world-leading business networking and business referral organisation. He tells us how to master the art of networking.
Imagine that you have just entered a large room full of strangers. You want to make friends, have a conversation and build a network. How do you become the ultimate networker, however?
People are unable to use networking as a face-to-face cold calling opportunity. This is what holds them back. People say hello to people at networking events and then go on to say “Hi, let us do business.”
They are more interested in selling than building relationships. Networking is not about hunting, but about farming. It’s all about building relationships.
Who this course is for
- Sales people
- Udemy instructors
- Small Businesses
- Build It And They Will Come
- Weekly Luncheons
- Weekly Luncheons Part Two
- Elevator Pitches
- Elevator Pitches Part Two
- Morning Joe
- Social Media Part One
- Social Media Part Two
- Wrap Up!
- Help Your Fellow Students
- [Bonus Lecture]
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