Because having doors swing open is so much better than “getting a foot in the door”

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Networking just got real. As in real and GENUINE. Because Chris Winfield – Business Relationship Expert – is declaring bankruptcy on the grab-’n-run mentality that plagues the (virtual) business world. His motto? Burn your business cards. Drop your agenda. And instead, find out the answer to: “What is it that you need help with right now?”.

Chris is a contributor for INC. and host of a show for Entrepreneur Magazine. His writings have also appeared in Business Insider, TIME, Buffer and other top-tier publications. Chris has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, NBC’s Today Show, USA Today, ABC News, Fast Company, Fox Extra, Forbes and over 200 other media outlets. Chris has shown clients – including people from companies like Disney, Bai Brands, Virgin, Intuit, Cali’Flour Foods and countless high profile entrepreneurs & authors – how to leverage their connections with the media and influencers for credibiility, authority & profit.

Spot Chris in the wild, doing intros at his NYC networking event, Unfair Advantage Live, and taking confessions from lonely hedge-fund managers while standing in line for groceries (he’s just that kind of guy).

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Chris Winfield – Known as the “Super Connector,” Founder of Unfair Advantage and columnist for Entrepreneur and INC – knows this: looking out for yourself will only get you so far. But building relationships will get you further…

Networking just got real. As in real and GENUINE. Because Chris Winfield – Business Relationship Expert – is declaring bankruptcy on the grab-’n-run mentality that plagues the (virtual) business world. His motto? Burn your business cards. Drop your agenda. And instead, find out the answer to: “What is it that you need help with right now?”.