In business, ‘people buy people’ so the only way they can do that is to meet you at networking event, at a job interview or when you have arranged a meeting through personal contact. It follows that you MUST develop the skills to enable employers to ‘buy you’.
That is why The List has been running monthly Liquid List networking meetings for over 15 years: come along to hone your skills in a friendly forces environment with colleagues and employers who want to engage you.
- London: National Liberal Club - Host: Mike Nicholson, 01483 200863 - Meetings on first Thursday of the month from 18:30 (except January)
- Salisbury: The Red Lion Hotel - Host: Justin Potter, 07747 600548 - Meetings on third Thursday of the month from 18:30 (except January, August and December)
- Midlands: Blithfield Hall, Rugeley - Host: Charles Bagot Jewitt, 01889 500668 - Meetings on first Wednesday of the month from 19:00 (except January and August)
What to expect:
Entrance is free. Dress can be business smart or business informal/casual - remember you are seeking to create a favourable first impression. You will require an open mind, business cards (if you have them) and your wallet for a couple of drinks.
How to Join There is no need to be a List Member or to book in advance; just turn up. The List holds an 'open house' policy for its networking meetings, as such there is no need to register and no requirement to be on an 'attendance list' though it is in your interest to be recorded as having attended.
Up to date information is always available, along with details of guest speakers, on The List website under The Liquid List tab.
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