Golf clubs and country clubs have pool rules and everyone splashing around in the pool knows what they should and should not be doing. When networking at a business event, wouldn’t it be great if everyone who is splashing around knew what they should and shouldn’t be doing? Without knowing the rules, it’s no wonder so many professional people are fearful and uncomfortable with networking, even at the shallow end.

Michael Goldberg, founder of Building Blocks Consulting and well known business building consultant, will present an interactive program about the do’s and don’ts of business networking at the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Monthly Membership Luncheon Meeting on Thursday, June 4, at the Princeton Marriott Hotel and Conference Center. The meeting will begin at 11:30 a.m. with a networking reception followed by a buffet luncheon and the program at noon; it will adjourn at 1:30 p.m. Cost to attend is $40 for Chamber members and $50 for non-members and walk-ins. Reservations can be made at www.princetonchamber.org, or by calling 609-924-1776.

Michael Goldberg’s expertise is in helping sales folks gain more laser-like focus, attract more prospects to the pipeline, create more quality referral streams, and write more business. Michael speaks at conferences and associations, runs sales meetings, and delivers dynamic programs on networking, leadership, public speaking, communication, customer service, and career search.

“The Chamber is dedicated to presenting quality and business focused programs and speakers to promote awareness and knowledge to not only our membership but also to the entire business community,” says Peter Crowley, president and CEO of the Chamber. “We are looking forward to a lively and interactive workshop that will benefit entrepreneurs, managers, and professionals.”

Network After Work!

The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce will sponsor another of its popular Business After Business Networking receptions on Thursday, June 25, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The event will be hosted by Hopewell Valley Community Bank, Hopewell Crossing Branch, 802 Denow Road in Pennington.

The cost to attend for Chamber members is $25 and non-members, $30. Advance reservations are required. Call 609-924-1776.

Organized 10 years ago by local business leaders, Hopewell Valley Community Bank has achieved success by meeting the needs of small businesses and families throughout Mercer County and the surrounding areas. Come to the June 25th Business After Business event to experience firsthand the familiar faces and friendly banking of Hopewell Valley Community Bank, complete with delicious food, wine, and beer, as well as an abundance of networking and business building opportunities.

Guests are encouraged to bring plenty of business cards for distribution for the door prize drawing. For information about Hopewell Valley Community Bank visit www.hvcbonline.com.

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