Rob Basso Announces Keynote Address at The Global Business and Technology Conference

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On Wednesday, July 11th small business expert and published author Rob Basso will be a keynote speaker addressing the Global Business and Technology Association Conference. Basso’s highly anticipated presentation, “5 Key Points To Building Stronger Networking Relationships” addresses the significant and often overlooked foundations that forge strong, productive relationships.

The Global Business and Technology Association Conference will take place from July 10-14 in New York City. Other keynote speakers include Raj Goel, Co-founder Brainlink International, Inc. and Mitch Leventhal, the Vice Chancellor of Global Affairs at the State University of New York.

Basso’s presentation addresses the idea that networking is synonymous across all industries and job functions. By addressing the typically overlooked networking strategies that build stronger relationships, Basso will empower the attendees to build new relationships, strengthen previous relationships and significantly grow their contact base.

“Today’s world is flat. With the power of email, social media, and more it’s important to remember that networking isn’t just about collecting business cards and connecting on LinkedIn,” says Basso. “It’s about establishing real, meaningful relationships with people that will help you move forward in your quest for success.”

Rob Basso is the president of Advantage Payroll Services LI, founder of BassoOnBusiness.com, author of The Everyday Entrepreneur and a sought after public speaker. He has keynoted conferences across the country for organizations such as the Small Business Administration and has hosted events at the New York City Public Library. He is also frequently interviewed on Fox, Fox News, MSNBC, News 12 LI, Fios 1, has been featured in publications from Newsday to Times Magazine and writes a monthly blog for the NY Enterprise Report and the American Express OPEN Forum.

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