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Speed Networking with Vendors

with... Multiple Speaker(s)

Here's your chance to ask our vendors/associate members questions!

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Stone Arch at Riverview Gardens
1101 S Oneida Street
Appleton, WI 54915
You've heard of speed dating.....we're putting a spin on it and providing you the opportunity to find out more about some of our vendors and associates, and give you the chance to ask questions we may not always have time for or that you've always wanted to ask.

Per Wikipedia:

Speed networking (or speed business meeting) is a meeting format designed to accelerate business contacts.

Speed networking basically involves participants gathering together to exchange information.[1] Participants greet each other in a series of brief exchanges during a set period of time. During an interaction, participants share their professional backgrounds and business goals. Networkers are generally seeking exposure to new markets and/or expanding their pool of vendors.

Speed networking is often referenced as a derivative of speed dating,[2] the round-robin approach to meeting potential suitors first developed by Rabbi Yaacov Deyo in the late 1990s.[3]

Speed networking combines speed dating with business networking. It is thought to have started in the United States and/or the United Kingdom.[4] Speed networking was first utilized during the early 2000s and began rising in popularity by the end of the decade.[5]

Credit for applying speed dating concepts to the corporate world has been attributed to Tom Jaffee, a founder of a speed-dating network.[6] In the United Kingdom, speed networking was introduced by Michael Piddock, future founder of event technology company Glisser [2], to increase employee-to-employee connections in corporate events.[7]

Although the techniques for speed dating and speed networking can be similar – participants paired or grouped together for the purpose of introduction – the practices differ in their end goals. Speed daters are trying to narrow down their choices by eliminating the unsuitable; conversely, speed networkers are trying to broaden their connections by increasing their exposure.[8]

The vendors you will network with are:
  1. Midwest Restoration
  2. Lewins Electric
  3. Focus on Energy
  4. Belfor Property Restoration
  5. H.J. Marin & Son, Inc
  6. Accurate Airtight Exteriors
  7. Aquire Restoration
  8. Matthews Heating & Cooling
  9. American Overhead Door Co
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSOR  Aquire Restoration, Inc.


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Date: Thursday, April 11, 2019
Time: 6:15 PM - 9:00 PM

Stone Arch at Riverview Gardens
1101 S Oneida Street
Appleton, WI 54915

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