Networking matters is an initiative whose hallmark is authenticity. Because of this, we can assist you with introductions from the broad community of businesses we know and who know us. Your network is an excellent source of different perspectives. Exchanging information on experiences is a key benefit of networking. As a result, it provides you with new insights.
People love being asked for advice. It’s flattering and also makes them feel useful. Therefore, if you’re facing a challenge, seeking advice from a colleague or business connection is beneficial to both of you. They will think of you when next they have a challenge.
Offering helpful ideas in return is an excellent way to build your trusted business connections.
Long term relationships
Networking is about building long-term relationships. Its about developing a trusted reputation over time. It’s meeting and getting to know people who you can assist, and who can help you in return.
Keeping apprised of what is happening in different industry sectors by coming to networking events is a low-key way of staying current in your business knowledge.
Networking Matters has a broad range of businesses represented – from upper level executive to locally-based SME’s. As a result we can connect you with a broad range of business interests.
Networking Matters events are underpinned by authentic connections. You will know people in the room because you know us. And we can help you get connected with others.
Authentic connections, especially through meeting face-to-face with other businesses, can assist you in cutting through where emails and online meetings can’t.
You are giving value to your business and your customers by keeping yourself connected. Your constituents are more likely to reward your organisation over others, where they have a feeling that you are ahead of the curve. They know that you are keeping yourself updated for their benefit. This is true whether your organisation exists for profit, education, philanthropy, or for members.