LinkedIn is a powerful tool – if you are using it and using it correctly. It’s not a place to post your resume and check in once a quarter. It’s a place to find professionals with whom you have something in common and build lasting relationships with them. Networking is a powerful thing, and in the age of globalization you can’t depend on your home market to provide you with all the relationships you will need to thrive professionally. LinkedIn can bring together folks from all over the planet. But what happens when you want to meet your online contacts offline? This is where #LinkedInLocal comes in – we bring together people in a central location, some from the area and some not, to get to know the people they spend so much time with online, in person.
(last held – February 2018 )
Our first event was held in February 2018 in New York for Tri-State participants.
Here’s Christine Gritmon’s video of the event.
Here is our Founder and President’s video.
Anna Gonzalez also got some great photos.
As did Chris Strub.
Christine Gritmon got some great photos, as well.
Thank you to AC Lion for hosting!
— Chris Strub (@ChrisStrub) January 10, 2018
(last held April 2018) – next #LinkedInLocal date TBD
Our second event was held in Cincinnati April 24,2018, hosted by Standard Textile.
Check out the speaker list from the Cincinnati Business Courier!
Here’s a glimpse of the crowd on Brian Wallace’s LinkedIn profile.
Koehler Slagel also chatted with some participants!
I had a great time at the inaugral #LinkedInlocal event in #cincinnati ! Here listening to @KendraRamirez give a #tipoftheday ! Sharing is caring knowledge is power, passing along this nugget of great information about #marketing & #building #relationships https://t.co/M3jdeQJrfS
— Philip Shaw (@philshaw83) April 25, 2018
Our fourth event was held in Rockland County, New York and was featured in the Rockland County Business Journal.