Thank you for making this the greatest #LinkedInLocalMonsey!
When businesspeople come together to collaborate, big things become possible. At a local event in the heart of Spring Valley, just over the Bergen County border, over 80 people gathered together to discuss what they do best: business. Organized by Jacob Busani and Jake Rosenberg of The Power Entrepreneur, this gathering was just one of many in the global LinkedInLocal movement.
Calling on the talents of businesspeople from all industries, this group came together with a singular mission: how to get the most out of our professional LinkedIn experience. As one of the first LinkedInLocal events the area has seen, excitement followed as new connections were made, ideas were shared and future partnerships began to develop. Utilizing LinkedIn to its highest potential is one thing, but the power of face-to-face is just as, if not more, important, making this event truly unique and highly valuable. Attendees will have noted an in-depth look at profile-craft, original content creation and LinkedIn socializing etiquette in an effort to boost the potential of LinkedIn that is so often left ignored.
The event featured a panel of talented and forward-thinking speakers including Brian Wallace (NowSourcing), Matt Sweetwood (Leader of the Pack) and Christine Gritmon (Christine Gritmon, Inc.), and moderated by Ari Zoldan (Quantum Media Group), and the panel drew from their own experiences in business and the finer points of utilizing LinkedIn effectively. For those who were unable to attend, the following details the topics touched on.
This was the second LinkedInLocal in the Monsey area, and Jacob Busani and Jake Rosenberg of The Power Entrepreneur plan on having several new events in the area in the coming months and hope to expand the reach to Northern New Jersey.
Source: Jewish Link of New Jersey