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2013-Apr-02 | WNG Marketing SIG: Networking Is DEAD - Making Connections that Matter

WNG Marketing SIG

"Networking Is DEAD - Making Connections that Matter"

News Release: April 2, 2013


On Tuesday, April 2, 2013, the Washington Network Group convened its WNG Marketing SIG. This Special Interest Group is associated with our WNG Communications Roundtable, which supports leaders confronted by challenges in communications, public relations, marketing, investor relations, and public affairs, including the private, public, and independent sectors.

Our presenter for this session was Bob Littell, President at Netweavers International, Inc.  Sean McColl, Managing Director at Boundless Network, who chairs our SIG, moderated the session. Participation was limited to 40 attendees. To see our original invitation, click here.

Testimonials:

"Thank you very much for the terrific opportunity yesterday learning and honing skills for effective networking!"
- International Business Consultant

"This event was outstanding. I had not experienced anything like it before and, in fact, had no idea what to expect when I walked in the door. Quite a treat! With innovative seminars/events like NetWeaving, it is easy to see why the Washingtonian magazine ranked WNG one of the best."
- President & CEO, ALCOSYS

The WNG is fortunate to have Arlington Economic Development in Washington, D.C. as our venue partner.


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