Networking can be difficult if not done in the right setting. Sometimes you can get stuck talking to the wrong person — all night long. Now is the time to connect with the right contact and have fun doing it.
The 6-minute Media Mingle was created to bring public relations professionals and journalists together in a fun, relaxing, risk-free setting. The 6-minute speed-networking mixer gives you a chance to meet one-on-one with great media professionals in your area. Spend those six minutes pitching your client's product, searching for a juicy story for Sunday's front page, or just connecting with new, and old friends. When the six minutes are up, mingle over to the next media professional ... and so on.
With an increase of popularity in the 6-Minute Media Mingles, we now do mingles for bloggers and brands/corporations to share advertising and promotion prospects; students and professionals for like-minded networking, intern hunting and prospective hires.
Only the Media Mingle speed networking is the way to go with our fun twist on otherwise commonplace networking events. (We promise!)
Contact us to lead your next networking session and sign up to stay tuned to one of our own!
Sign up by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to join us Monday February 4, 2013 at 7pm for a communications mentor/professional mingle in cooperation with Howard University's School of Communications in the Blackburn Building.
Sign up below for future Mingles in your area. Enjoy scenes from past 6-Minute Media Mingles.
Testimonials: "The 6-minute media mingle was a great idea for and I met so many great people in public relations. I look forward to attend more Media Mingle events. This event reinforced how much I love and want to work in public relations."
"The 6-Minute Media Mingle is such and ingenious idea. The format pushes participants to go beyond gravitating toward and talking to the people they already know in the room. The ground rules are also perfect for those that are not comfortable approaching strangers, in this setting everyone participates. However, I would like to have one round in which journalists mingle with journalists and PR representatives mingle with others in their field."