Follow-up Before An Event

You should know your follow-up plan before you even go to a networking event. Without a follow up plan, why even go? Have a systematic approach to post-event follow-up. For example, plan to invest 1-hour immediately following an event to do your follow-ups … from the business cards/contacts you’ve collected, send a note (I use Send Out Cards for this part) indicating that it was nice to meet someone, and then send an email to schedule the follow-up 1-2-1 meeting.

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