Tracey Smolinski – Founder and Managing Director
My best networking tip – I’d strongly encourage you not to judge a person. You never know who they know and the network they have. The fortune really is in the follow up, so make sure you put time aside to do so.
Paul Smolinski – Managing and Operations Director
My best networking tip – Always surround yourself with the right people in business. I’d also encourage you to attend as many events as possible to really expand your network.
Emma Davies – Editor and Content Manager
My best networking tip – My best networking tip is to be honest and realistic with what you can offer. Have fun when you’re networking and show enthusiasm – this will be evident to your new connection.
Carly Morgan – Business Development Manager
My best networking tip – Make sure you take an interest in your connection and invest your time in people.
Nicola Hewer – Event and Client Relations Manager
My best networking tip – Always take time to follow up and always remember to bring your business cards along with you.
Tom Kelly – Media Manager
My best networking tip – I always think it’s important to remember the name of the individual you’re speaking to. It may be a small tip, but effective. Also, networking is a skill. It takes time to perfect and requires plenty of practice.
Sophie Jerrett – Account Manager and Digital Executive
My best networking tip – My best piece of advice when it comes to networking is to be yourself and show confidence.
Mark Selby – Sales Executive
My best networking tip – Be yourself and never overpromise. People buy from people and you should always leave a good impression of yourself and your company.