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Iona business course has students helping business and nonprofits

As Iona College in New Rochelle prepares for this year’s opening of a $37 million, 67,000-square-foot building housing the LaPenta School of Business and...

Greenwich networking and more

The Greenwich Chamber of Commerce is hosting its monthly “After Six” networking event at Greenwich Hospital on June 28 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

Bring your business cards: speed networking launches in region

Launched last month as a collaboration with the New Canaan-based Ladies Launch Club and The Luxury Marketing Council of Connecticut-Hudson Valley, the quarterly events are intended as a way for members of the two organizations to meet to create strategic partnerships with each other and other groups and individuals that will be invited to join.

Mega Mixer Business Expo promotes opportunities for area businesses

The annual Mega Mixer Business Expo will be held March 13 for businesspeople hoping to find new opportunities in the Hudson Valley.

LinkedIn: Shooting themselves in the foot

Even with poor customer support that has turned off many users, LinkedIn still retains its core strength: providing a social platform to meet people, have interesting and often insightful discussions, and to generate business.

Helping each other reinvent themselves in the business world

A New York-based networking organization is helping women over the age of 40 reinvent themselves in the world of business and redefine their professional careers.

Integrate lead generation with sales

Q: When we’re recruiting for sales, I find that people get scared off when we tell them they have to generate their own leads....

Countdown begins for 40 Under 40

The 40 Under 40 Awards program is increasing its networking channels.

Payback time? Thinking through raises and reviews

When considering pay raises, first figure out where your industry is going, where your work force stands and what your company needs to get through the next three to five years.

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