I was wondering if you fine fellas could give me any ideas to open up my networking options.

I know a lot of people out there in the states rely upon their allumni network(which is a great thing) but personally Ive moved to a different country and therefore my own allumni network is not so helpful.

Hoping someone out there could give me ideas concerning organizations or groups to think about as I'm trying to get a few rungs up the corporate ladder

 

cheers,

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A few things that come to my head that I have done. 1. Go to church. 2. Join a lodge 3. Have calling cards to hand out. 4. Follow though.

Most important, and vital to all 4 suggestions: INTERACT with people.

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