Happy Friday! We hope that your week is wrapping up well, and you’re gearing up for a fantastic weekend. Here is our weekly wrap-up and recap of what we’ve been reading on business and business fashion throughout the interwebs. This week we’ve been talking about another timely topic: business events spanning from work wardrobe to work etiquette!
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Business Networking That Works . . . It’s Called Quid Pro Quo (Forbes): Have you ever handed out your business card at a business mixer or other business related function and initiated a successful business relationship after the exchange of cards? If the answer is yes you are also likely to win the lottery.
Bringing Your Business (Style) to the Dinner Meeting (TheWorkingWardrobe): The dress codes have been established a while back, but sometimes those lines can be blurred. Here’s how to stay in style for those times!
Read an eBook Week Now Officially a Month-long Event in Canada (eBook Newser): Rita Toews, founder of Read an eBook Week, is proud to announce that the annual reading event has been adopted by the government of Canada as a month long celebration of reading eBooks.
Top Five: What NOT to Wear to the Office Party (Business Chic): Want to know what NOT to wear to the office party? Here are some ideas…
What I Wear to Work: Ashlee (TheWorkingWardrobe): TheWorkingWardrobe and Thread Lounge are having a business event of our own! Want to know how to have fun with your workwear? Join us on December 20th to find out (while enjoying goodie bags, prizes, drinks and food!).
How To Bring Your “A” Game (And Kick Nerves To The Curb (Forbes): We all find ourselves in make or break moments, and most of us feel the pressure. Intensely. Nothing is more nerve-inducing than facing high stakes, when our potential is even higher if we perform at our best.