RSVP for Grand County networking session by April 7
April 5, 2011
Once again, it’s time for the spring biannual networking session – the time to meet people countywide from chambers of commerce, towns, governments and organizations.
Held every spring and fall, the networking luncheon aims to promote communication in our rapidly changing county through the knowledge of people involved.
People meet to announce business plans for the upcoming summer season and connect names with faces.
People exchange addresses and phone numbers, and suddenly everyone knows who to call to get things done.
This year’s interaction is being sponsored by YMCA of the Rockies at Snow Mountain Ranch, the Grand County Board of Commissioners and is being organized by Diana Lynn Rau.
The session will feature a networking services fair of local valley business owners (printers, computer consultants, DJ services, etc.) A maximum of six booths will be available for visits from 11 a.m. to throughout the session. Plan to visit these booths to talk individually with providers.
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Those participating in the networking session should be prepared with handouts, business cards and schedules for the upcoming summer season to be distributed to about 60 people. Each person will have just three minutes to speak, and hosts will make a presentation during the program.
For those no longer the contact for an organization, please advise organizers who should be on the networking mailing list. Luncheon organizers ask that representatives of businesses and agencies be limited to a maximum of two per organization.