June 7 – Networking  – How to Make it Work for You at Berkley Library 

June 7 – Networking  – How to Make it Work for You at Berkley Library

Berkley, MI- On Friday June 7, 2019 rom 8am to 9:30am the Berkley Chamber of Commerce is hosting Berkley U presentation on networking.

Referral, word-of-mouth, relationship selling, all buzz words for today’s modern professional. Building your business takes stamina and talking to a lot of people. For some people, this comes easy. For others…not so much.

So how can you make the most of your time with someone you just met? We have the answer! The Berkley Chamber is proud to sponsor this Berkley U Series event to help you make networking easier. Tonya Acha, an Asentiv Certified Trainer, will be sharing the personality types you will encounter during networking events, sales calls and your ongoing business relationships. You will learn techniques, conversation-framing, and approaches to identify, filter and convert someone you just met, into a prospect and more. Join us and make networking work for you!

This event is free to members and nonmembers but you must preregister at berkleychamber.com or the link below.

Berkley U series showcases topics to grow your business and are presented by industry experts. The goal is to feature the latest trends, techniques, and strategies that will give our members an edge in the competitive, local business landscape.

The Berkley Public Library is located at 3155 Coolidge Highway in Berkley.  For additional information, call 248-658-3440 or visit www.berkley.lib.mi.us.  You can find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BerkleyPublicLibrary.


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