Tomorrow I present to New Directions Job Club on the benefits of Business Networking in Berkshire.
Apart from how excellent it is to view everyone in this site, what else can I say about the benefits and specifics of your groups?
Do you have any tips on how to get the most out of being at a business networking event?
Great start to our first meeting with over 20 attendees all chatting, discussing and agreeing that art as a businss is complex. Need to look a the value that is provided in situation. More to ocme each month. Please get in touch if you'd like to join in. We meet in Reading on the last Tuesday of each month
Reading Arts Business Club
Reading Arts Business Club is a free informal monthly meeting point for those involved in the arts as a business and…Continue
Added by Tom Clark on September 27, 2012 at 12:11 — No Comments
What's a good option for running a Webinar? I used Skype last time which was excellent for audio & cost but you can only share slides with participants on Mac, iPad etc
Any ideas? What have you found simple & effective?
As we mingle and chat over Christmas, how do you respond to how’s it going?
In business it’s always good to have a 60 second elevator pitch ready for when you next bump into a very important prospective client & now is a goodtime to practise it through the social season.
And if it goes wrong, own up to what you are doing and have a giggle about it
Here is a 4-step exercise that will work for any company or product. You must simply…Continue
Added by Tom Clark on December 22, 2011 at 13:31 — No Comments
1. Plan for the future a few minutes each day. Assume that your product has stopped selling all of a sudden. What direction will you take your company next? What new income stream can you add? This is a time for day dreaming and recording notes in preparation for the future. You don't necessarily have to take action on these items, but you need to think about them daily in order to bring out the best ideas.
2.Work on your marketing in some aspect…Continue
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A technique to find the root cause of a problem is to ask Why? 5 times.
But before you rush off and prove this for yourself there are a couple of things to consider, so practise first.
Ask yourself Why 5 times and at about the third time it may will feel very personal (good) and can swiftly move to be down right rude, invasive and abusive (bad)
So practise and think about how you can phrase the why into the question you want answering or you want to get to the bottom of…Continue
Time to tidy up your green credentialsISO14001 outlines the requirements for Environmental Policy. Ask Bbite to crfat yours. Show your Green credentials and gain a competitive edge http://www.bbite.co.uk/improvement.php
Worried about your power consumption. For small factories, offices and establishments ask Bbite about 'The…Continue
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There are 7 common wastes businesses should reduce - Can you name them?
6. Waiting Time
Which are you most concerned over? Ask us at Bbite www.bbite.co.uk
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