Online networking in the age of COVID

Love it or hate it, online networking is the only networking we’ve got (in the US at least) for the foreseeable future. To help you embrace the opportunities that online networking offers, Eve and Corinne discuss topics such as:

-Online training, and how to make the most of the increased opportunities we’re seeing during the pandemic
-New takes on “legacy” platforms such as LinkedIn
-How to follow up with people you meet in online networking or training sessions
-How to use video for remote networking purposes
-“Moon shot” ideas that just might work during the pandemic

Links mentioned in this episode:
-The Cambridge Conference Interpretation Course
Nimdzi’s article on planning virtual events
-Forbes article: 21 ways to network remotely in B2B
-Website for the upcoming ATA61 fully virtual conference

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Online networking in the age of COVID

2 responses to “Online networking in the age of COVID

  1. Great episode! I’m currently trying the Linkedin Premium to see if that gets me anywhere – it’s supposed to have better results than email. Here’s the link to my article mentioned in the podcast on the French American Chamber of Commerce’s online networking event (through the Belgian app Conversation Starter):

    https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/virtual-networking-event-remember-annie-sapucaia/

  2. During COVID online networking is very effective for businesses. You can also include digital business cards as they are very effective for networking.

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