Writing a CV is easy, but writing a great CV is not. If your approach to CV writing is to simply list all of your achievements and skills, you are not going to stand out from the competition. You are firmly sitting in the ‘easy CV writing’ category! Continue reading “7 tips to help you write a great CV”
Word-of-mouth referrals are one of the most potent forms of marketing available and making this connection work for you at events like the Curry Club can make it even more valuable. Word-of-mouth recommendations from friends and colleagues are still the most influential for gaining business. Continue reading “28 ways to ask for referrals”
Here at Networking In The City we stage networking events for a range of business sectors across the UK. We find that our clients keep coming back to our events because they quickly appreciate the new contacts and ideas that they pick up whilst attending. But how do they make sure that they get the most out of the event? Here are our top 5 networking tips to help you make the most of business networking. Continue reading “5 Top Tips for Networking”
This is a guest blog for Networking In The City by “the UK’s leading etiquette and royal protocol expert” William Hanson.
We judge people within seven seconds of meeting them. That’s a fact: it’s been proved by psychologists. We look at how people are walking, standing, how they greet us, but – perhaps firstly – what they are wearing. We are more likely to gravitate towards those who are dressed in similar clothes to us. The slick suited accountant is less likely to want to talk to the un-ironed t-shirt wearing media hotshot. Continue reading “How To Dress To Impress At Networking Events”