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Men's Networking Groups Saugus MA

Without knowing exactly what you're looking for when it comes to networking with men I suggest a little online research. Short of simply googling "men's networking groups" I'd focus on affinity groups that offer what you are seeking. For example, think of the kinds of people (besides being male) that you wish to network with”marketers in new media, small business owners, sales professionals in healthcare.

Antonia's At The Beach Restaurant and Bar
(781) 284-1272
492 Revere Beach Blvd
Revere, MA

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Camelot Special Events & Tents, Inc.
(781) 246-0101
23 North Avenue
Wakefield, MA
 
State Room
(617) 854-5033
60 State Street
Boston, MA
 
TSNY Beantown
(781) 942-7800
50 Walkers Brook Drive (inside Jordan's Furniture)
Reading, AK
 
Metro Meeting Centers
(617) 737-1200
101 Federal Street
Boston, MA
 
Zoo City USA
(706) 507-9661
2301 Airport Thruway
Columbus, GA
 
Hilton Boston Logan Airport
(617) 568-6700
One Hotel Drive
East Boston, MA
 
Veronique
(617) 854-5033
60 State Street
Boston, MA
 
Batterymarch Conference Center
(617) 556-8000
60 Batterymarch Street, 2nd Flr.
Boston, MA
 
Hampshire House
(617) 227-9600
84 Beacon Street
Boston, MA
 
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Networking Groups for Guys

Q: There seems to be so many professional networking groups for women but I cannot seem to find any local groups for men. Can you please point me in the right direction?

 

Without knowing exactly what you're looking for when it comes to networking with men I suggest a little online research. Short of simply googling "men's networking groups" I'd focus on affinity groups that offer what you are seeking. For example, think of the kinds of people (besides being male) that you wish to network with”marketers in new media, small business owners, sales professionals in healthcare. I'd then do an online search looking for associations and groups of these types of professionals that host events you can attend. Online networking sites—Facebook, Linkedin, etc.—can be a great place to find individuals to network with and in some cases groups to join. Check with your alumni office and see if your school hosts local meetings and events. And finally ask your friends and colleagues. They may be a part of groups that you were not aware of.

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