Virtual Speed NetworkingName: Virtual Speed NetworkingDate: April 2, 2020Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM CDTRegistration: Register NowEvent Description:It is important for members to continue interacting and sharing best business practices. Join other TwinWest members for the first Virtual Speed Networking event on Thursday, April 2, at 10:00 AM. It will work just like a typical speed networking event where members will virtually meet with another member for five minutes, and then move on to meet the next member, and so on.
Along with the Speed Networking, we will also break up members in Industry Group Chats to compare notes and provide suggestions to each other in that industry, such as restaurants, hospitality, financial, health and fitness, etc.
There will be a moderator for this event to guide you through the process. We will be using Zoom for the event and instructions are:
Here's the link to join:
Meeting ID: 860 277 4072
You will need a webcam and a microphone to participate. Once you click on the link, it will direct you to download a piece of (completely safe) software and run the software to participate in networking.
See attached Zoom instructional tips for the meeting.
ZOOM INSTRUCTIONAL TIPS:
How do I know if I have a camera and microphone? Most modern laptops do. Please try to check beforehand, or login 10 minutes prior to work out any technical difficulties.
What if I can see everyone but don't have a microphone built in? No problem! you can also call in using this number: +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago) and it will ask for a meeting code. The meeting code is: 860 277 4072
Do I have to be on camera? The goal of this is to connect with your fellow humans. You don't have to be on camera. Make sure you load a picture of you, though, so people can tell it's really you.
How do I load a picture of me? Create an account at zoom.us ahead of time and you'll be able to do so. Fun trivia: depending on your computer you might be able to load a virtual background!
Do I have to call in? No, if you can get sound through your computer you should be fine.
See instructional links how to set up and do a Zoom meeting: