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The Cornell Entrepreneur Network and Cornell University Northeast Corridor Alumni Affairs present

Learning to Network: The Importance of Connections 

featuring Lou Diamond CALS Dyson ’92

Wednesday, December 4, 2019 | 12:00 – 1:30 PM | New York City

Connections are important. Period. But the truth is, one meaningful connection can take you so much further than a pocket full of business cards. It has the power to grow your career or business exponentially. SO, do you know how to network to make that kind of a connection? Join us for a networking lunch, and learn how to capitalize on connecting with people. Regardless of industry and expertise, this is a skill everyone needs to know, so learn from a master connector on tactics and 
follow through!    

Lou Diamond CALS Dyson ’92, P ’22 is a dynamic speaker and master connector who will energize and motivate your organization to explode your sales, retain your clients and build a thriving culture… For over 25 years he has been a top sales performer, keynote speaker and performance mentor. Lou is a consultant; best-selling author; podcast & TV host; and CEO of Thrive, a company focused on helping businesses, leaders and brands become even more amazing through the power of connecting. He has consulted, mentored and presented to hundreds of companies the world over. Lou inspires audiences to feel they can conquer the world…. and make tons of great new connections doing it. 


Cost: $25 general | $20 student & young alumni (10 years out)

12:00 Lunch and Networking, 12:15 Speaker Presentation, 12:45 Q&A, 1:00 More Networking, 1:30 Event concludes

Venue: Cornell ILR NYC Conference Center, 570 Lexington Ave 12th Floor, New York, NY 10022



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