Firneo BD Roundtable on

Managing Complex Relationships

hosted by Anthony Thomas

Wednesday, June 26th - 12:30PM ET to 2pm ET

NYC

Anthony Thomas

Anthony Thomas

 

About the Event:

Join Anthony Thomas, Senior Director of Development and Strategic Partnerships at NYU Law School for lunch and an intimate discussion on managing complex relationships.

During this casual roundtable discussion, you’ll share and compare notes with peers on tactics and strategies to effectively manage partners, clients, investors, donors, managers, peers, and other stakeholders with whom a strong relationship is critical - but complicated.

Food will be available for purchase. This event will be limited to 8 attendees.

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WHAT IS FIRNEO BD?

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Firneo BD is a community of Business Development and Partnerships professionals from companies like WeWork, Facebook, Google, Quora, and more. Meet with like-minded peers at regular events that are focused on building real, meaningful relationships, sharing knowledge, and finding your people. 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND FIRNEO EVENTS?

Firneo is an inclusive professional development community that welcomes people from all industries and companies. We're about building strong relationships and sharing knowledge with peers. We're NOT about slinging business cards and generating leads.

Firneo events are right for you if:

  • You are in a job where building and managing long-term relationships is important

  • You enjoy learning from and sharing knowledge with peers

  • You work in tech, media, real estate, non-profit, or other industries

  • You want to level up in your career and help others to do the same

Firneo events are wrong for you if:

  • You are there to pitch your business and generate leads

  • You're looking to get help but not offer any help