Networking doesn’t have to be painful, and it’s certainly more than simply handing out business cards. Beth Ramsay, expert in creating meaningful connections, is here to show you the ropes of successful networking in an upcoming workshop.
On March 18, communications professionals, marketers, non-profit managers, entrepreneurs and business owners – extroverts and introverts like – will learn networking best practices from Ramsay, author, professional speaker and expert for Networking University (Ocala-Marion Chamber and Economic Partnership). Ramsay will present at the monthly Florida Public Relations Association Ocala Chapter’s professional development luncheon, set for noon-1 p.m., (networking begins at 11:30 a.m.) at the Marion County Growth Services Training Room (2710 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala).
Ramsay is CEO and founder of the Brilliance NetworkTM, a company that propels purpose-driven entrepreneurs to unleash their brilliance and achieve the highest level of business and lifestyle success. She is the author of the book “Love to Lead” and teaches impactful lessons through her funny and popular workshops, online courses, and powerful, life-changing retreats.
The meeting is not limited to members; guests and non-members are welcome to attend with payment and RSVP to email@example.com by March 15, 2016. The registration fee includes lunch; $20 for members and $25 for guests and for members who pay at the door. Visit http://www.fpraocala.org/event-registration/ to register and pay online.
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The Ocala Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association builds better public relations practitioners and communicators through professional development, networking opportunities and ethical practices. Formed in 1980, the chapter boasts a strong membership representing nearly every industry in the area, including: government, associations, nonprofit, education, healthcare, corporate, retail, agencies and small business. Members are committed not only to the betterment of the profession, but also to the community through a number of community service projects held each year.