Statistics show that professional and personal networks shrunk by 16% during the pandemic. This is because traditional networking methods have become more complex and time-consuming. As a result, in the aftermath of the pandemic, many business owners are looking for ways to stay connected, and they’re turning to online tools to connect with potential customers and partners.
Besides, as communication and collaboration become more prevalent, businesses need to develop software to connect people. This software should automatically create groups of people with similar interests or skill sets, then offer those groups access to shared resources and services. Here are three post-pandemic networking strategies to consider: