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Here at Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce, we have partnered with Furley Page Solicitors to bring you virtual business networking events hosted by Luke Quilter
Each event will be an eclectic mix of conversation topics, extracted from our guest speaker and attendees during registration, making sure we bring you the networking event you want to be involved in. This weeks guest speaker will be Martyn Pilcher, Rap Interiors
Conversations with our guest speaker will be followed by 3 breakout room sessions where attendees can delve deeper into this discussion, or discuss your own topic in more depth. Between these sessions, we will invite attendees to join in a game on Kahoot! using their mobile phones which the winner will be offered a 3 minute elevator pitch in the next session.
Virtual Business Networking is a new, fun way of networking which is highly interactive, sparking interesting conversations and aims to bring like-minded people together, guide forward new ideas and form new business relationships.
“Just want to congratulate you on Tuesdays KICC Networking event’s this is the second time I have joined and found it very well run, well organised and an excellent opportunity to network. I have joined many zoom networking events and this is definitely one of the better ones! Keep up the good work!” – Norma Thomas, RIFT R&D Tax Credits
With 3 breakout room sessions, you have the opportunity to meet and network with up to 15 new business connections.
When in breakout rooms, each person has around 4 minutes to introduce themselves: just your name, what you do and your response to our chosen topics – personal or professional. Then you have the chance to either raise a question related to the discussion, or discuss your own topic in more depth. There is no pressure. Our hosts will be hopping around the breakout rooms to help facilitate the discussions. Just treat it as an opportunity to make some new contacts and learn.
- Be aware of what is on display in the background if connecting to Zoom from your home.
- Be aware of anything gives away where you live.
- Be aware of having confidential documents on display within the camera shot.
- If you sign up to the event, you can’t stop people taking screen shots of the event and sharing it on social media.
- Never ‘write’/ ‘say’ anything in chat or a ‘room’ you wouldn’t say in an email.