Network returns

Coote, Grahame
September 2006
Australian Horticulture;Sep2006, Vol. 104 Issue 9, p30
This article examines how networking can help a career and/or business in horticulture. Networking guru Robyn Henderson said networking can generate more business and career opportunities than any advertising campaign could ever hope to achieve. Despite being seen as a business tool, more often than not networking is simply a chance for acquaintances to get together over a meal and drinks, meet new people and perhaps make some new friends.


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