Due.com’s founder John Rampton recently shared his insights on how to improve networking skills at a conference or trade show for an article published by Ragan.com. The five tips include leaving your lanyard on to generate conversation with others that were at the show, scheduling a small meet-up and promoting it on social media, tracking what’s being said about conference and by who with hashtags, scoping out the hotel bar near the conference, and paying attention to body language. The article provides tips on how to leverage these opportunities and turn them into connections for various objectives. You can read the original article here.

If you tend to struggle with networking because you are introverted, Due.com’s blog offers some great advice on how to come out of your shell and make the most of any networking opportunities.



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