MSMP 36: Frank Agin on Scaling Networking Connections

By definition according to Small Business siteBusiness networking is defined as the process of establishing a mutually beneficial relationship with other business people and potential clients and/or customers. The primary purpose of business networking is to tell others about your business and hopefully turn them into customers.

This definition is probably the most commonly known knowledge to people who are new in the industry. Our guest in today’s podcast episode reshapes it.

Joining me in today’s episode of Mads Singers Management Podcast is Frank Agin, a Professional Networking Expert to tell us more about how he scales networking connections.

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Frank Agin is an Entrepreneur, Speaker, and Author who advocates networking out of its common notion.

He runs an organization in the United States called AmSpirit where it focuses on helping entrepreneurs and business owners to become successful through networking.

Frank has always believed that Networking is about giving to the world and finding something that a person is passionate about and eventually finding other people who happen to have the same interest as you.

Key Learning:
  1. Frank Agin’s Networking Model – 10:57
  2. Frank Agin’s Tips on Entrepreneurs about Networking – 14:57, 15:24, 39:23
  3. Frank Agin’s Technique about Structured Meetings on Networking – 27:56, 35:10
Resources Mentioned:
  1. Book: All You Have To Do Is Ask – Author: Wayne Baker
Connect with Frank Agin on the following online handle(s):
  1. AmSpirit
  2. Linkedin
  3. Twitter
  4. E-mail:
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