Networking

Your best business English will extend your network

Networking is defined as "interacting with other people to develop contacts and exchange information”. Using the best and most suitable English will expand your business network.

Even with all the marvels of modern technology, nothing beats meeting people face-to-face and one-to-one.

Networking may be a relatively new business activity, but you need old-fashioned social skills to become a good networker.

At Best Business English you will find the right tools to make the most of your networking. These include:

  • Powerful adjectives
  • Effective idioms
  • Cool colloquialisms
  • Good grammar

An English business saying is: "You scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours.” That’s partly what networking is all about.

As networkers we scratch around for information, for contacts and for work. By improving your English you put yourself in a good position for healthier and more successful business networking.

You can discover more about our business English courses by emailing:
Nick@bestbusinessEnglish.co.uk

 
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Business is never so healthy as when, like a chicken, it must do a certain amount of scratching around for what it gets.

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Henry Ford