‘Networking’ Videos

  • Ray Mitchell: You Don’t Have any Business Cards? Growing Your WordPress Business Through Networking

    Ray Mitchell: You Don’t Have any Business Cards? Growing Your WordPress Business Through Networking

    WordCamp US 2018Speaker: Ray Mitchell

    December 30, 2018 — “You Don’t Have any Business Cards?” is a question that you hear a lot at formal networking events, but it happens even more frequently at WordCamps. Do you feel intimidated when it’s time to give your “30 second commercial”? Do you run out of things to talk about once you’ve exchanged names?

    Effective networking is an important part of building your WordPress business. This presentation will help you get past the “grip and grin” stigma that people associate with networking and cover some ways that you can get the most out of mixing it up at networking groups, “business after hours” meetups, and of course the Hallway Track at conferences like WordCamp.

    Learning how to network effectively can lead to your next client or your next trusted business partner. Whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert, you’re sure to pick up a thing or two in this presentation.

  • Nikola Nikolov: Beyond Hello - Networking At WordCamp

    Nikola Nikolov: Beyond Hello – Networking At WordCamp

    WordCamp Sofia 2018Speaker: Nikola Nikolov

    December 10, 2018 — WordCamps can be an excellent place to get to know other WordPress professionals. However, many attendees stick to their own groups, attend lectures, and leave without cashing in on perhaps the most valuable part of WordCamps: networking. This lecture will explore some of the common reasons why attendees fail to form lasting connections. It will give some tips for more productive networking, and hopefully inspire deeper, more authentic networking at this WordCamp and beyond.

  • Ray Mitchell: You Don’t Have Any Business Cards?

    Ray Mitchell: You Don’t Have Any Business Cards?

    WordCamp Raleigh 2018Speaker: Ray Mitchell

    June 20, 2018 — This happens a lot at formal networking events, but it happens even more frequently at WordCamp. Do you feel intimidated when it’s time to give your “30 second commercial”? Do you run out of things to talk about once you’ve exchanged names?

    Effective networking is an important part of building your WordPress business. This presentation will help you get past the “grip and grin” stigma that people associate with networking and cover some ways that you can get the most out of mixing it up at networking groups, “business after hours” meetups, and of course the Hallway Track at conferences like WordCamp. Whether your an introvert or an extrovert, you’re sure to pick up a thing or two.

  • Jeff Rowe: The Power of Networking

    Jeff Rowe: The Power of Networking

    WordCamp Cincinnati 2016Speaker: Jeff Rowe

    January 15, 2017 — Want to learn how to get the most out of this WordCamp? Attend our first keynote and learn all about the power of networking!

  • Joshua Brown: Changing the World One YOLO at a Time

    Joshua Brown: Changing the World One YOLO at a Time

    WordCamp Phoenix 2016Speaker: Joshua Brown

    October 27, 2016 — WordPress is a great platform to build a business that gives you the freedom to dream, create, and live the life you’ve always wanted. This session will be packed with practical tips on how we hacked a business from thin air and turned it into a profitable company that is making an impact around the world. You’ll learn about coding and life hacks, productivity & networking tips, and gain the confidence you need to get started building your business and making a dent in the universe today!

  • Guy Andefors: How to overcome the curse of knowledge and grow your business

    Guy Andefors: How to overcome the curse of knowledge and grow your business

    WordCamp Europe 2016Speaker: Guy Andefors

    July 4, 2016 — In his 10 minute unconference talk Wildheart co-founder, Guy explains what the curse of knowledge is and offers practical tips on how you can “break the curse.” The challenge all business owners face is to bridge the gap of knowledge between us and our customers.