A Networking Night That Works!
Cooroy State School Hall 5:45pm - 8:30pm
59 Elm Street
Cooroy, Queensland, 4563
The Cooroy Chamber of Commerce is hosting their annual networking night on Tuesday 28th April at the Cooroy State School Hall.
“Last year we tried a new format which will be using again. It is facilitated networking that makes it easy for people to meet each other. It is a bit like speed networking but it still ensures that people make a genuine connection with each other and that is important with any networking activity. The feedback from attendees last year was great and many said they developed new business relationships and sales as a direct result of the meetings,” said Cooroy Chamber of Commerce President, Danielle Taylor.
“We get a big variety of attendees from across all industries including home based businesses, retailers, trades and professional services and it works for everyone.”
“This is a great networking night as it is intimate enough that you really get to know people and large enough that you can make quite a few valuable contacts.”
Many networking evenings don’t give direct benefits to attendees because people mingle with no specific purpose or they only talk to people that they already know. The Cooroy Chamber networking night makes meeting new people easy as attendees are putting into small groups to meet each other and then moved to other groups through the room. The changing of groups is done with the use of some computer algorithms so that you get to speak to almost everyone in the room during the evening.
Tickets are $10 for Cooroy Chamber members and $20 for non-members which includes finger food and facilitated networking. There is a cash bar also available.
Bookings are essential and spaces are limited. Both members and non-members of the Chamber are encouraged to attend. Booking are required by Friday 24 April. Bookings can be made with Tania at Cooroy Guardian Pharmacy, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org; or online at www.trybooking.com/HHLX.
$10 Members $20 Non-Members