Invaluable Exposure. You will find a wide array of professionals with whom to build relationships – those who are in a practice, interventionists, educational consultants, representatives from hospitals, and treatment providers.
Ours is a business of being known by the community in which we work. You will be able to introduce yourself to the group with a short (1 minute or less) elevator speech about your services. Lunch will allow you to start building closer relationships and friendships.
Inexpensive Advertising. You can bring business cards and brochures to distribute to the group. Monthly sponsors, who pick up the costs of appetizers and chocolate covered strawberries for dessert, will be given extra time to present and can have access to audio visual equipment, if needed.
Networking Opportunities. In our work, nothing can expand our business more than getting to know people and people getting to know us. Each luncheon provides you with the opportunity to discover who might help you in your work and how you might help them in theirs.
Shannon Harris and Shayna Daghigh will be your hostesses with the mostesses. Fun fact: Shannon and Shayna started their friendship at a Capital Networking luncheon in 2013 and are still fast friends. You can create truly remarkable personal and professional relationships attending these get-togethers.