There are tons of good networking opportunities in the December issue of The Introducer. Lots of connections have already been happening, but, every issue just continues to build on that foundation as new game changers are added. Here are a few, but, to see the rest, you'll need to visit the magazine here.
Over the last several weeks, we’ve made a series of introductions for a reader in Australia...everything from contacts with family offices to people who are into luxury jewelry and/or have contacts in that space. Once I realized that Or Haviv (Oct. issue) was going to Barcelona to a Smart Cities conference, I connected him to Kenneth Goodwin (Nov. issue - has interest and connections with Smart Cities in the US) and Karan Samra (Future issue - Smart Cities consulting out of Vancouver). A conversation I had with Cameron Brown (Future issue) revealed his travel plans to Vancouver in the coming week. His global multi-sensory tour that educates and inspires the care-taking of our planet gels nicely with Smart Cities ideals, and provided the reason to introduce Cameron to Karan, who is located in Vancouver.
When I started The Introducer a couple of months ago, I had a particular intention in mind-how it would fit as a sort of add-on service to my overall business. But, already, the publication has started to define itself - what it will be, who I am in connection to it, and the gap it needs to fill. We're only into completing the 3rd issue, but, the contacts coming forward and networking happening across continents is amazing. This week alone, I've been able to see and make connections between the director of an accelerator program in Israel, finetech expert in the US, and a Smart Cities consultant in Vancouver--all have Smart Cities in common. What started that introduction "ball" rolling was when the guy in Israel mentioned that he was going to Barcelona soon for a Smart Cities conference. All it took.