Networking and the importance of first impressions

SUMMERSIDE – May 3, 2018 – Twenty-three people took advantage of a delicious breakfast organized jointly by the Greater Summerside Chamber of Commerce and the Acadian and Francophone Chamber of Commerce of PEI May 3 to learn more about networking and “The Importance of First Impressions”. During this session of the Summerside Chamber’s Business Builder series, the guest speakers primarily focused on approaches that work best when conducting professional networking. They noted that business people should listen to learn and give to get. In the photo, on the left, Raymond J. Arsenault, activities coordinator with the Acadian Chamber, thanks guest speaker Cora Lee Dunbar, the Prince County regional program officer for PEI Connectors. On the extreme left, Tara Maddix, manager of operations with the Summerside Chamber, thanks guest speaker Alana Walsh, program manager of the PEI Network. Among the other sponsors of the morning event were the Wellington Rural Action Centre, RDÉE Prince Edward Island and the LIENS project.