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Madison, Wis. - Companies looking to thrive in an increasingly competitive atmosphere are using new techniques. Shamane Mills, of Wisconsin Public Radio reports on one rather unusual method: speed-networking, a concept based on speed-dating introduced in by The Wisconsin Technology Network... Listen to this story now using Rea......

Full article >>> to their home state, but then they become free agents. The sports theme extended to the snacks available to networkers. There were energy bars, just like those used by athletic competitors, and plenty of water to prevent dry mouth caused by constant chatter.

The marathon session lasted two hours. Some hope networking programs like this can help Milwaukee, Chicago and Madison become an e......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Shamane Mills, Wisconsin Public Radio 11/12/03


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