How to focus on the right people when networking

Posted in NRG-networks, How to Network by nrgnetworks on December 18th, 2008

When networking for new business, build close relationships with others who provide a complementary service to the same target market as your 'Inner Network'. This will help your networking to become a regular  and reliable source of new business.


  • Sue Chinnick

    Just to thank you for your email with the ‘Iner Network’ talk you sent - although it now seems common sense it was good to have it pointd out. Look forward to the next one. Best wishes Sue

    Jun 16, 2009 at 5:10 pm
  • Colin Newlyn

    Good sense, as usual. Thinking about our inner network is a good filter for which networking groups we should belong to for referrals. I can see now that my membership with one well-known referral network was never likely to bear much fruit as it ddn’t contain the types of people I needed for my inner network.

    Jun 23, 2009 at 9:37 am
  • Paulina Geibl-Kravts

    It’s so simple but at the same time strategically so wise and evident that works as a cold shower:why, why ,why so much time have been spent in vain, mingling with the wrong people… Thank you

    Jun 30, 2009 at 7:33 pm
  • Akinori Koyama

    That sound good.

    For the network, it is important for people to talk face to face. However, during the internet, it is difficult sometimes. For me, I would like to expand the network all over the world, because people can help each other and get many information if you don’t know the field. Now I loose the job, so I must find the connection for hiring or the career consultant. IF I have enough money to start up the business, I think it is all right. Now I cannot do anything. That’s why the network is must important methods for me.

    Thank you

    Jul 6, 2009 at 12:41 pm