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Link to Introvert's Edge to Networking by Matthew Pollard in the catalog
Link to Knock 'em dead social networking by Martin Yate in the catalog
Link to Who do you Need to Meet by Rob Thomas in the catalog
Link to The Proximity Principle by Ken Coleman in the catalog
Link to The Non-obvious Guide to Mastering Linkedin for Networking, Selling and Personal Branding by Ash Kumra in the catalog
Link to Recalculating by Lindsey Pollok in the catalog
Link to How to Connect in Business by Nicholas Boothman in Hoopla
Link to Ulimate Guide to Linkedin for Busimess by Ted Prodromou in the catalog
Link tp Networking by Keith Perez in Hoopla
Link to LinkedIn Profile Optimization for Dummies by Donna Serdula in the catalog
Link to Networking with the Affluent and their Advisors by Thomas Stanley in Hoopla
Link to Networking by 50Minutes in Hoopla
Link to Networking for People Who Hate networking bt Devora Zack in Hoopla
Link to the Connect Effect by Michael Dulworth in Freading
Link to Netwoek Economy by Peter Ducker i Hoopla

Importance of Career Networking.  Career networking involves using personal, professional, academic or familial contacts to assist with a job search, achieve career goals, learn more about your field, or another field you'd like to work in. Networking can be a good way to hear about job opportunities or get in at a company you'd like to work with. 

Who to Network with could include: 

  • Past or present co-workers, colleagues, managers, supervisors, or employees
  • Alumni of your undergraduate or graduate alma mater
  • Acquaintances you know from your personal life
  • People from your church, gym, yoga studio, or community organization
    Continue reading from The Balance Careers

Importance of Business Networking.  Business networking is the process of establishing a mutually beneficial relationship with other business people and potential clients or customers. Business networking benefits are the intangible gains made by communicating with other professionals in or relating to your industry. Developing relationships as a business owner and offering assistance to others does more than give you potential clients or generate referrals. Networking assists you in identifying opportunities for partnerships, joint ventures, or new areas of expansion for your business. Continue reading from The Balance Small Business