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#BizHackLive - "Networking for Business Growth: How to Turn Your Contacts into Sales with Jack Killion"

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Overview of the session:

Networking is a critical but undervalued and underutilized skill for marketing and sales to drive business growth. You can sharpen your networking skills through the practiced application of timeless principles that author and serial entrepreneur Jack Killion developed and honed over 50 years of networking.

Jack will speak with BizHack Founder and CEO Dan Grech about how he used networking to successfully start and grow nine different businesses. He'll share the timeless principles of networking for growth and load his presentation with real examples of marketing and sales development networking.

We encourage registrants to take this networking self-assessment survey, which will inform our discussion. Click here to take the survey: http://networkallthetime.com/nq-pulse/

Jan 27, 2021 12:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jack Killion
Author of "Network All the Time, Everywhere With Everybody
Jack, an advisor to thousands of entrepreneurs and business leaders on how to sharpen their networking and relationship development skills, is a serial entrepreneur who has used networking to start and grow nine businesses in Asia, Europe, and Latin America. He's the author of "Network All the Time, Everywhere With Everybody: Master Your Life & Career." He speaks at industry and corporate events on how to create key relationship skills. He has degrees from Yale and MIT and spent two decades as an adjunct professor at three business schools.