As you look ahead to 2015 and wonder what improvements you can make for the new year, why don't you vow to make more friends and increase your professional network? (That's why we're all in NJYP, right?)
Join me on January 15th at the Central NJ "Teach and Learn" Networking and Discussion Meetup for networking and a FREE presentation on how to get the most out of your connection making in the new year. This Meetup is a networking and discussion hybrid group where you'll get to expand your network and attend a quick seminar about improving your business and career.
Part networking and part seminar, you’ll have the opportunity to mingle with people JUST LIKE YOU: young professionals seeking improvement in their businesses and careers. Each Meetup features both time for networking as well as a quick presentation from a local expert on the career issues that matter most to you.
Our next Meetup will be on January 15th at Lady Tea Bubble Tea at 323 Raritan Avenue, Highland Park NJ.
Here's the link to Meetup and there's more info below! Looking to be a speaker at an upcoming event or just need some more info? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
7-8pm Facilitated and open networking
8-8:30pm "Revamp Your Networking Strategy for 2015" presentation and discussion
8:30-9pm Open networking
This month's presentation:
"Revamp Your Networking Strategy for 2015" presented by Samantha Popp, Real Estate and Sales Consultant. Networking and relationship building is at the heart of our personal and professional growth. More meaningful connections means more friends, increased business opportunities, and a better chance to strike success. Join Samantha as she teaches you three steps to more friends and bigger paychecks. Improve the results of your networking and watch your web of connections grow!
Samantha Popp is a dynamic entrepreneur and public speaker that started her first business at 12 years old babysitting local children with autism. Since then, she's worked for several non-profits advocating for the developmentally disabled community. When the vision for her future outgrew her job (read: burn out), she quit her job and took a risk selling real estate and has never looked back. Always a social worker and never a salesperson, Samantha not only sells houses, but teaches other professionals how to harness their unique essence to be successful in their own careers. Learn more about her at www.popprealtor.com