As an introvert, Brad never excelled at "working the room." Starting and stopping new conversations was always awkward and he would typically make few, if any, new connections. Not a great ROI.
When the pandemic hit, he asked himself, "why does networking need to be in-person and how can it be more natural for introverts?"
That's when he launched introvert-friendly networking - an inclusive space where business owners can build quality relationships and be their authentic selves (extroverts too).
Oh, and best of all, the technology does the "working the room" for you!
You won't want to miss this valuable opportunity to initiate long-term relationships with potential referral partners and clients.
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