Category: networking

Networking in Motion May 3rd – Manchester

Discourse & Ropes Course at Thrive Outdoors Have a blast making new business connections! It’s what Networking in Motion is all about! Join us for lunch, networking and a fun activity on Tuesday, May 3, 2022 at Thrive Outdoors in Manchester, NH. It’s free! Event Details Date & Time:  Tuesday, May 3, 2022, 12:00 noon… Read More »

Lunch with a Punch – Networking in Motion Event

December 2, 2021 – Noon to 1:30 PM at The Training Station 200 Elm Street | Manchester, NH 03101 Enjoy a fun and lively Business Networking Event in this 8,000 square foot fitness and training studio in the heart of Manchester, NH. Open Business Networking Lite Bites & Beverages Served Learn a fun and easy… Read More »

Who Follows You and Why?

Having “followers” in business is a good thing. And what are followers, exactly? Think of having fans interested in what you do, what you think and what you have to say. They would say positive things about and recommend your brand in a heartbeat. And they literally choose to “follow” you on social media because… Read More »

LinkedIn Does its Job. What about you?

By Chuck Sink Marketing and selling on LinkedIn is a big deal for business today. Just about everyone in business is now on LinkedIn (over 300 million users) and most are staring at their screens thinking, “What am I supposed to do with this?” Salespeople who have moved away from cold calling are turning to… Read More »

Tapping the Business Network of One

By Chuck Sink According to the SBA, over 70 percent of registered American businesses are sole proprietorships. The vast majority of these businesses have one employee, the sole proprietor himself or herself. They are the self employed. The “one man band” industry is big, and more lucrative than many sales people may realize. It may… Read More »

Learn to master sales in 2014

We’ve got sales master Kevin Hallenbeck of Sandler Training speaking FREE – March 27th at a Lunch & Learn networking event: 3/27/14  |  11:45 AM – 1:00 PM Eastpoint Executive Center, 264 South River Road, Bedford, NH 03113 Register FREE Meet Kevin personally and hear him speak on how to sell more in today’s changing markets. Email me if you… Read More »

Soft Skills that Deliver Hard Assets

By Chuck Sink Sometimes this blog brings some hands-on marketing technique information to readers such as better SEO practices, how to use Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. But it focuses mostly on building skills that help business owners, marketing directors and salespeople do their jobs better. Let’s look at just a few key skills that will help… Read More »

Who will take your call in 2014?

By Chuck Sink Think about your last five or ten new customers. Where did they come from and why did they come to you? I’m willing to bet they ordered from you or hired you because you established a relationship. If they came to you by referral, it was because you built a relationship with… Read More »

Isolation is Desolation

By Chuck Sink In the early years of my selling career, I was lucky to have a decent smile, a sharp suit and manners instilled by my parents. Just showing up at the right time enabled me to take orders from prospects and customers. It was luck (to me, Providence) because all I really cared about… Read More »

Your Friend the Competitor

By Chuck Sink In business, it pays to make friends with your competition. Now I don’t subscribe to the saying, “Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.” That’s corruption. What’s really nice about ethical business practice is that competition is not necessarily adversarial. Your business competitors aren’t enemies; they’re colleagues and possibly clients, suppliers… Read More »