Please join us for our July Speed Networking Luncheon! This is a members only event.
Clovis Community College will be requiring proof of vaccination and photo ID for vaccinated individuals or a negative Covid test for unvaccinated individuals. Test must be taken within 72 hours of the event. A table will be set up in front of the entrance and visitors will be asked to show their vaccine card and ID photo prior to entering the meeting.
The Networking Motivator, Beth Bridges will facilitate this highly anticipated annual event. Make sure to bring plenty of business cards and have your best elevator pitch ready! This will be a fast and fun experience; You have 2 minutes to have a conversation with the person seated across from you. REMEMBER The best conversation starter is very brief self-introduction!
11:30am - 12:00pm: Check-in, Relationship Building, Lunch Served
12:00pm - 1:00pm: Speed Networking
MENU (Lunch is optional):
Members Lunch: $18.00
Members No Lunch: $0.00
The menu is Box Lunches:
Turkey, Ham, or Vegetarian sandwiches on Fresh Baked Rolls (Please make your selection of sandwich when registering for the event)
Red Potato Salad
Water or Soft drink
(Take it to-go if you don't have time to eat before Speed Networking!)
MUST register in advance for this luncheon. Space is limited to 50 members!
Please register online by Sunday, July 24th. (No-shows or cancellations made after that date will still be responsible for the lunch payment.)
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT BETH BRIDGES:
SPEAKER, TRAINER, AUTHOR... NETWORKER!
I attended over 2,500 networking events in 10 years. At the time, I was the Membership and Marketing Director of the Clovis Chamber of Commerce. I had a very small marketing budget, but a lot of willingness to get out of the office and build connections.
- I went to other chamber events, association meetings, open houses, after hours, and luncheons.
- I developed new events for my chamber such as leads clubs and speed networking.
- I would meet with any business owner in the city to learn about their needs and help them make connections.
Eventually, I learned that you can’t keep doing more and more networking. That’s when I developed “Networking on Purpose” and got very strategic about networking.
Now, I write, coach, and present to people around the world, sharing the strategies I developed for myself.
Visit Beth's website
The Networking Motivator