The LJUBLJANA MBA team strives to act as responsibly in the time of epidemic, therefore we are canceling the LJUBLJANA MBA Alumni Breakfast. The new date will come shortly.
When: 19.3.2020 at 8.30 – 10.00
Where: School of Economics and Business
For LJUBLJANA MBA Alumni members
Its time for the first spring event in 2020! We kindly invite Alumni members to join us and catch up at the LJUBLJANA MBA Alumni Breakfast where we will learn and upgrade our social networking skills, online and offline :).
LINKEDIN AND SMART NETWORKING AS A TOOL FOR BUILDING YOUR PERSONAL BRAND
- How well do you use off and online networking opportunities such as LinkedIn for building your personal brand?
- Most common wrong beliefs that we have about networking and why we sometimes regret that we have not established more strong personal network.
- How to establish LinkedIn network for business relationships?
- Key steps while building your network and why are WE the most distractive factor when building personal brand and network.
Who will be with you:
MANCA KORELC, Awarded Marketer Helping B2B Companies Using LinkedIn for Marketing & Sales, LinkedInLocal Co-Host.
Manca Korelc is helping B2B companies achieve sales and marketing goals through Linkedin. In the last 5 years she has conducted more than 195 workshops and written several articles about digital marketing and social media networking. She is also a lecturer on the London school of public relations, Marketing Magazin, Netfork Academy and Institute and academy for multimedia. She is an active member of Slovenian Manager association.
She is also co-organizing Linkedin Local events in Slovenija, that are designed to help getting to know and achieve Linkedin contact any by that helps to connect networking from online to offline.
BOŠKO PRAŠTALO, Networking specialist & License owner Superbrands Slovenia. For more than 15 years Boško has been working in sales, and for the last 3 years he has specialized as a B2B salesman and adviser for companies in the field of managing sales teams, “customer hunts” and the most important how to network, connect with clients. Throughout this time, he was systematically building his own networking system and have been successfully transferring knowledge for the past years. As you can measure sales by numbers, the network connection results in quality relationship with clients. He work-week consists of an average of 15 to 16 meetings a week, 15 to 20 calls from potential clients and keeping in touch with existing clients on a daily basis. He attends at least 1 to 2 business events per week for networking with new and potential customers. On average, at least 5 to 7 new contacts with potential clients are established per event. Why is he doing this? Because he knows how to approach, set up, maintain and excite a person to network and interact with the company and over the service or the product we are selling. He is also active in sales, but his passion is networking, consulting and implementation of projects, where he can help clients to: introduce their own networking system for individuals and set up networking cultures in companies.