Connecting tech founders, investors and professionals outside of Silicon Valley.
How to Build Your Dream Network from Home
Apr 14, 2020 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
“What I do know about networking is this: It is an essential and continuous activity. You control the effort – but not the outcome. Networking is everywhere.”― J. Kelly Hoey
Companies are asking employees to work from home while others are getting furloughed or laid off as the novel coronavirus outbreak continues to spread around the globe.
For those searching for opportunities for employment, networking is the greatest tool for discovering opportunities. But with large group gatherings, daily activities and even dining in restaurants being put on hold or banned for the foreseeable future, several of the typical networking environments we all once knew have completely disappeared.
How much worse can it get?
Well, if you didn’t have enough to worry already about the fallout of COVID-19…think about these stats about networking recorded before the pandemic happened.
–41% of networkers want to network more frequently but say they don’t ever have enough time. -And shockingly 1/4 people don’t even network at all That’s crazy! But there is some good news.
Through the use of tech, meeting in-person doesn’t always have to be required to develop new relationships or even deepen existing ones.
When will there be a better time than now, to discover effective ways you can network with others from the comfort of your own home?
RSVP now to join this live session.
Discover the power behind building a network from the comfort of your own home
Join a limited group of tech leaders for this live virtual event on Thursday, April 14th at 2 PM EST to learn remote networking techniques that can give you the greatest results:
Encourage you to continue to connect
Re-establish key relationships
Setting the right directional goals
Staying on-brand through remote connections
Being the person you’d like to network with
It’s no joke. Humans crave the opportunity for social interaction every day. So why not be ahead of the curve and grow your dream network during this time of remoteness?
Understand the importance of setting up networking goals and opportunities during this live Q&A with Author, Speaker, and Podcast Host, Kelly Hoey
Join the Powderkeg Team to learn the most practical ways to connect and grow your network during a crisis. In this exciting Q&A session, you’ll also have the opportunity to have your questions answered about networking, communication, and relationships.
You’ll come out of this session prepared with confidence, energy, and a new set of tools ready to build your dream network in the coming weeks of remote work life.
Don’t let a crisis ruin your opportunities to network. Sign up now and reserve your spot!
MEET YOUR FEATURED GUEST
Kelly Hoey | Author, Speaker, Podcast Host. Book: BUILD YOUR DREAM NETWORK
J. Kelly Hoey is a networking expert, who has been lauded from Forbes (“1 of 5 Women Changing the World of VC/Entrepreneurship”) to Fast Company (“1 of the 25 Smartest Women On Twitter”) to Business Insider (“1 of the 100 Most Influential Tech Women On Twitter”) and Inc. (“1 of the 10 Most Well-Connected People in New York City’s Startup Scene”). A frequent speaker at leadership conferences, Hoey helps businesses and professionals leverage their formal and informal social networks.
MEET YOUR HOST
Matt Hunckler | Entrepreneur, international speaker, and CEO of Powderkeg
Matt Hunckler is an entrepreneur, international speaker, emcee, podcast host, and CEO of Powderkeg. Matt has helped grow Powderkeg into a community of more than 10,000 tech professionals building high-growth tech ventures around the world in areas outside of Silicon Valley.
About The Powderkeg Podcast
With more than 100 episodes and 100,000+ downloads, the Powderkeg Podcast has featured some of the best and brightest leaders in tech between the coasts.
“Powderkeg is already turning heads in the industry with a solid lineup of guests, in-depth interviews, and informative content.” —Entrepreneur Magazine
“Matt Hunckler and Powderkeg shine a light on entrepreneurs beyond the reach of the Bay area (yes, they do exist). He digs into the founder stories beyond Silicon Valley and highlights incredible people all across the country.” —Forbes