28 minutes | Sep 14, 2021

Back to Business Networking? Our Thoughts on Attending In-Person Events

After 18 months of the Covid-19 pandemic, an increasing number of people are attending in-person business events. From media events and brand activations to industry conferences and local networking opportunities, we're seeing a gradual return to the public sphere. But many questions remain. In this episode, Abbie Fink and Dr. Adrian McIntyre share their thoughts on attending in-person events. How do we make decisions about which events to attend? What health and safety protocols are hosts and venues putting in place, and how are they being communicated? Has the nature of small talk changed? Are business cards still relevant now that we've pretty much embraced all things virtual? Read Abbie Fink's blog post for this episode: "Business Networking is Still Relevant." If you enjoyed this episode, please follow the Copper State of Mind podcast in your favorite app. We publish a new episode every other Tuesday. Just pick your preferred podcast player from this link and follow the show: https://www.copperstateofmind.show/listen Additional Resources "How to Smoothly Transition Back to 'Normal'" by Marissa Baker "Communicating Your Reopening" by Justin Liggin "Are You Vaccinated? and Other Business Protocols" by Abbie Fink "Are Business Cards Still Relevant?" by Marissa Baker "How to Maximize Industry Luncheons" by Scott Hanson "Great Conversation Starters" by Scott Hanson Copper State of Mind is a project of HMA Public Relations, a full-service public relations and marketing communications firm in Phoenix.  The show is recorded and produced in the studio of PHX.fm, the leading independent B2B online radio station and podcast studio in Arizona.
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