Webinar: How to Build a Professional Network From Scratch

Date: 11 September 2019

Date: September 11, 2019

Time: 3:00 PM ET

12:00 PM PT

We’ve all heard it a million times: The best way to create job opportunities for yourself is through your professional network. Of course, in order to network, you need to have people to network with—and depending on your current situation. Networking is about establishing and nurturing long-term, mutually beneficial with your co-workers can be incredibly beneficial to your career progression. If you want to learn how to network like an American, this is a free webinar you can’t miss!

Through the webinar, you will learn:

  • Coach Background
  • What is networking in the US
  • The importance of networking
  • How networking can help with long-term career management
  • How to network like an American
  • How to succeed at networking
  • How can Mandarin Consulting help you
  • Q&A

Information About the Speaker

Ian Gallagher

Ian has significant experience hiring and developing teams throughout his career. A senior financial services professional with extensive international investment banking experience at both Citigroup and RBC Capital Markets, Ian developed deep skills in Corporate Finance, Consulting, M&A, Advisory, Asset Management and Capital Markets. Leveraging this background and notable expertise in the real estate industry, Ian has more recently contributed as a founder and senior executive in Fin-Tech Asset Management companies.  He has led deal teams and advised on many transactions throughout his career.

Ian contributed to hiring Analysts and Associates at both Citigroup and RBC, serving as Group Manager. While at Citigroup, he also worked extensively in Singapore and Hong Kong, yielding a strong understanding of the cross-cultural skills and knowledge needed within the banking industry.

Ian earned a BA from Williams College, with a double major in Economics and History, and also leads a sailing program where he manages 15-20 instructors serving 100+ college-aged students at a local club.