Welcome To A World Of

Business Networking


“If you’re looking to be a part of a genuine networking group, look no further. My TCA Solutions is dedicated to getting to know you as a business owner to offer you the best support possible."

~ Naimah Jones, Founder

Business Networking 101

Mastering the Basics

Business Networking is the process of developing and activating your relationships to increase your business, enhance your knowledge and expand your sphere of influence. Business networking is an effective low-cost marketing method for developing sales opportunities and contacts, based on referrals and introductions - either face-to-face at meetings and gatherings, or by other contact methods such as phone, email, and increasingly social and business networking websites.

Successful networking of any kind starts with the genuine desire to build relationships for the purpose of giving and receiving business. If you are only networking to gain and not to give, you’ll never be successful.

~Dr. Ivan  Misner

*New contacts and referrals
*Staying current
*Problem solving
*Sharing knowledge and experience
*Confidence and morale

Networking can pay off professionally in a variety of ways. Having access to others in your industry can provide you with a valuable resource you can tap into when you need advice, updates, or insider information. Your network can also share leads about job openings or professional opportunities. (A word of warning: while your network can be very helpful in a job search, don’t make the mistake of only reaching out to your contacts when you’re looking for a job. It’s important to maintain these relationships on a consistent basis — or else your contacts may start to feel like you are using them only when you want something.)

Don’t just limit your connections to people in your own specific industry. Having a diverse range of contacts helps you stay informed about things that are happening in other fields, and may even inspire you to consider a shift in your career path.

~Penn State 

Keep in mind that building your professional network is a process that requires sincerity and dedication; it can’t be done overnight. That said, there are many opportunities to establish useful relationships. For example:

Reach out to your personal contacts: While they may not share your career interests, your personal contacts are extremely valuable when it comes to networking. Start by creating a list of everyone you know: friends, family and neighbors, as well as current and past employers, coworkers, teachers and classmates. Reach out to these people and share your goals, plans and questions with them; chances are, they can refer you to others who may be helpful.

Request informational interviews: An informational interview is a meeting to gain insight and/or advice from someone with experience in your field of interest. Unlike a job interview, you initiate and conduct the interview with someone you hope to learn from.
Attend conferences or formal networking events: Industry and/or professional events present a ripe opportunity to build your network: it is perfectly acceptable to strike up a conversation with a stranger in this context. Hall recommends the following approach: “Begin your conversation with what you know about the person or the organization, talk about your common interests, and build your conversation from there. Let them know how you can possibly help them.”

Leverage digital networks: Social media, such as LinkedIn and Facebook, are optimal for connecting with people who have similar professional interests and goals. A good way to start is by asking people you already know to make “digital introductions” with people you would like to network with (e.g., by email or LinkedIn message). You can also join online groups or forums to build relationships with people who share your interests.


*Meet Others in Your Industry
*Meet Service Providers
*Meet People Who Can Help Grow Your Business
*Meet People That You Can Help

Pass along relevant information: Reach out to your contacts when something reminds you of them, such as an article or event they might like. Simple gestures such as these clearly demonstrate that you are thinking of others’ needs.
Facilitate mutually beneficial introductions: If you know two people who share similar interests or goals, connect them! You can facilitate an introduction in-person (if you have the opportunity), use social media such as LinkedIn, or send both parties an email. Be sure to mention how you know each person and how they might benefit from connecting.
Reach out in advance of a job search: In the event that you are looking for a new job, it’s appropriate to call upon your professional network to help you. You can request job leads or relevant contacts for informational interviews, and/or seek advice from your network. Keep your contacts informed of your progress, and always acknowledge their assistance with a note of thanks.


1. Elevator speech. Describe yourself concisely and impressively.
2. Be different. Differentiate yourself. Aim high. Be best at something.
3. Help others. Help others and you will be helped.
4. Personal integrity. Integrity, trust and reputation are vital for networking.
5. Relevant targeting. Groups and contacts relevant to your aims and capabilities.
6. Plans and aims. Plan your networking - and know what you want.
7. Follow up. Following up meetings and referrals makes things happen.
8. Be positive. Be a positive influence on everyone and everything.
9. Sustained focused effort. Be focused - and ever-ready.
10. Life balance. Being balanced and grounded builds assurance. 


Come See Why Being A Part Of Our Network Is Beneficial For Your Network

 Shared Knowledge

*Empowering decision-making process and         capabilities.
*Building learning organization and making         learning routine.
*Stimulating innovation and cultural change.
*Enhancing and building company culture.
*Encouraging the free flow of ideas.


*Strength business connections. Networking     is about sharing, not taking.
*Exchange Fresh Ideas. 
*Make you and our organization morevisible. 
*Opens Doors to New Opportunities.
*Expands Your Support Network.
*Build confidence. 
*Gain a different perspective.


Remember you are not just gaining exposure to the people in the room, you are building connections with their network too. If someone they know has a need that matches your business, if you have made an impression, you will likely get a referral.

And remember it’s not just a one-way street. If someone in your network matches a business you encounter at an event, don’t hesitate to share their details. It will only strengthen your relationship.

Start with a plan

*Research, research, research. ...
*Determine the purpose of your plan. 
*Create a company profile. 
*Document all aspects of your business. 
*Have a strategic marketing plan in place. 
*Make it adaptable based on your audience. 
*Explain why.

Make  real connections

*Be open to possibilities and new ideas.
*Being authentic means being vulnerable. As  scary as that is, it's the only way to truly  connect with others you care for.
*Show your interest in people. 
*Strive to be of service to others. 
*Put down the phone.  
*Busy is not enough. 
*Put aside judgment. 
*Say, "yes" more often.

Pay it forward 

“When you learn, teach. When you get, give.”
— Maya Angelou


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