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Let’s face it, networking is tricky. From those uncomfortable conversations where you’re not sure how much to share, to those awkward moments when you have to break into a tight-knit group of small-talkers, sometimes we all could use a map to navigate the networking world.
We’ve got you covered. Join the SMPS Research Triangle on Tuesday, March 14th to learn how to make networking a little less awkward for everyone! Tim Klabunde, Director of Marketing/Principal at Timmons Group and Amazon bestselling author of Network Like an Introvert, will share his tips for navigating the tricky territory of professional networking – no matter your style.
Non-members are invited to join us at our member rate. The registration fee covers light appetizers and two (2) beverages, a 40-minute presentation from Tim, and plenty of time to practice your new networking skills. See you there!
PARKING: Parking can be found behind AIA Headquarters; additional parking may be available across Peace Street near the Oak and Dagger Public House/18 Seaboard.
Tim Klabunde, Timmons Group:
Tim is a Fellow at Johns Hopkins University and Principal at Timmons Group, an ENR Top 500 design firm. An avid writer and speaker, Tim has been published and quoted in numerous publications, including the Washington Business Journal, Engineering News Record, CE News, Business Owner Magazine, and Marketer. In his role as Director of Marketing at Timmons Group, the firm has seen unprecedented growth, landing the firm on the Inc. 5000 list of America’s Fastest-Growing Companies for the first time in the firm’s 62-year history. Tim is an Amazon best-selling author of Network Like an Introvert.
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No refund is due if cancellation occurs within 24 hours of the event
All member and non-member walk-ins are $75
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