News, Thoughts, and Insights

For the innovation economy. 

Search for Articles:

blog header.png
Posts in Networking
5 Tips for Networking in the Boston Startup Ecosystem

Boston is recently ranked as the No.1 startup city in the country for the second year in a row. It is not only a great place to start a business, but also a great place to be part of a growing startup community that’s full of brilliant ideas and driven entrepreneurs. Here are 5 practical tips you can use to make your way into the Boston startup ecosystem.

Read More
4 Ways to Unleash the Power of Introverts

In today’s increasingly competitive workplace that emphasizes self-promotion and networking, extroverts often outshine introverts. However, according to Forbes, 40% of the high-powered executives and historical leaders, including Bill Gates and Ghandi, are introverts. If you are one of them, make use of the following tips to unleash your introvert power!

Read More
Networking for Introverts: A Survival Guide for Successful Relationship-Building

There is a common misconception that introversion is synonymous with shyness. To be clear, shyness implies insecurity, while introversion does not. In fact, introverts can be much more successful networkers than extroverts because they prioritize building meaningful relationships. Read on for some tips and resources to embrace your introversion and succeed in networking at the same time.

Read More
Turn Your Internship into a Full-Time Job with These Five Tips

Whether you’re hoping to move from internship to full-time staff at that same company, or you want to beef up your résumé to ensure the next job is the right one, these tips will help you to make the most out of your experience while impacting the company in a positive way.

Read More
How To Make Those First Few Minutes At A Networking Event Way Less Awkward

Rajiv Nathan, co-founder of Idea Lemon, demystifies professional networking through his personal branding workshop for Startup Institute Chicago. In this article, Rajiv shares his simple advice for breaking the ice and making deeper connections within minutes of arriving at an event.

Read More
Entrepreneurial Advice on Building a Sales Career in NYC

Sales track instructor Alex Abelin worked in sales at Google for over seven years before leaving his job to found his own New York City startup. We sat down with Alex to learn about how his Googley experience impacts sales at his startup, and he also shared some excellent advice on building a professional network in the NYC tech sector.

Read More