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I recently attend a really awesome business/financial conference called FinCon16. If you’ve ever attended a conference as a business person looking to make new connections and grow your business, you know how overwhelming these conferences can be.
There are so many conferences out there, so many things to learn and implement immediately, it’s tough to return from conferences and figure out exactly what you should be doing next. Luckily, I travel and attend conferences for work frequently, so I know what you can put to the side and what you need to follow up with.
Because it’s easy to get overwhelmed thinking about what you need to do for your business over a year, I’m summarizing the most important things you can do in the first month of returning from a business conference. Here are the things you need to do within a month after attending a business conference.
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