By Susan Ricker
Networking is one of the fastest ways to find new opportunities for your career, but it's also one of the most daunting. Walking into a room full of people you don't know, attempting to eat stale crackers without spraying crumbs on the intimidating professional you're talking to, all while... Read More »
Ever wonder how you can prevent your business card or resume from winding up in the slush pile? Well, Brian Spindel, president and COO of PostNet (as well as a frequent panelist at International Franchise Association conferences and conventions), may just have the answer for you. It's not easy making yourself... Read More »
Someone has given you a business card, either at a networking or social event, what do you do next? A business card is an invitation for future interaction, but how you treat that contact afterward will determine how responsive they will be.
Here are some dos and don'ts for handling business cards to ensure that... Read More »
Recently, New York City's Taxi and Limousine Commission launched an official cab-share program to take commuters from their uptown residences to midtown offices. Riders meet at specified group pick-up points and for a $3-4 flat rate, a fraction of what they'd pay as a single rider, they can avoid jockeying for a... Read More »
Whether you are a job seeker or not, free is free. There's no such thing as a free lunch, but we've found some really cheap suggestions to help anyone trying to save a buck and stay connected.
1. A cup of coffee
Depending on where you live, coffee can run 50 cents to three dollars. But where you get this... Read More »
Even though 2010 is rapidly coming to an end and new business is almost at a standstill, this is one of the most wonderful times of the year to network, since holiday parties abound. Rather than dreading those festive events, why not try working them, in a very subtle and productive way? You'll be... Read More »