Finally, A Networking Tool For Women To Share Advice + Real Company Info
Jan. 9th 2018
Just like mom used to say "you are the friends you keep", we are elevated by our networks.
We're busy women; we don't have time to attend multiple networking events each week or participate in online platforms where spam messages seem to be more prevalent than those from real people.
Which is why we've created PowerToFly Networks where you can:
- Connect with women working at companies you are interested in, and get inside information on that company's interview process, benefits, culture, and more
- Find coaches and mentors who want to elevate women like you
- Simply meet women who share your interests
How to network on PowerToFly:
Search for any keywords or location in the search bar.
Send a connection request to women you are interested in connecting with (a personal notes always helps).
That's it! You will receive an email once a message is responded to, but you can also check your inbox and pending messages under 'Manage Connections'.
So, what are you waiting for?! Start searching for women now and we'll catch you later on Networks. Feel free to even reach out to any member of the PowerToFly team directly!
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