There is really no secret to building a relationship system. There are plenty of resources to offer tips and tricks to build business networks and expand space of influence, but there are basic requirements that can be followed, which can have a significant impact on how successful network events and strategies are. Taking the basic data into account is often a more effective approach than using any "secret".
What is Business Networking? This is the process of building relationships with complementary businesses, business owners, and business leaders to increase their influence and position in a particular market or industry. There are two points here – the relationship building and increasing influence and position. Relations naturally increase their influence, and their influence creates opportunities and a better market position.
The most important business value is the relationships. Customers, customers, salespeople and colleagues have a business relationship with each other. Like other areas of life, the quality of relationships can have a huge impact on existing relationships with existing and potential customers, sales / resale relationships and all other aspects of everyday operations. To focus on building and maintaining a positive relationship (both within the company and abroad), you will quickly start to influence your relationships.
How to build good relationships with new relationships in practice? There is balance and communication to work. Each relationship tends to follow a similar tract: introduction, tracking, familiarity, interaction, commitment. There is room for varying degrees of influence among all degrees, but most business relationships usually fall into five categories.
For the first time in the introductory section, we'll see the relationship, give you some reviews about yourself, find out who will exchange contact information, and decide for yourself whether or not the person is tracking. If it is possible to have a mutually beneficial relationship, or the new contact might be beneficial, request permission to track that person. If you can benefit, tell them that you are open to tracking.
Follow-up communication is where most people dropped the ball. It's hard to spend a busy schedule to get to the computer with the intention of tracking potential leads or new connections. If you do not track it correctly, some things can happen:
1) Select a potential reference,
2) Select a potential customer,
3) Freeing the opportunity to connect to a completely different network of contacts and
4) You can miss your credentials by not following your interest.
If networking is important to you for growing influence and position, then you have to create tracking opportunities, you can not miss it.
If you succeed in taking the follow-up process, you hope that you will get a good response from people in contact. If you receive the favorable answers (via phone or email), you are given the opportunity to get to know the contact person. This is the real first step in establishing a relationship. At this stage, there was a rather good impression on the occasion that he would take part in someone else's second time, so use this opportunity to win them. This third step is usually the opportunity to provide useful information, such as potential leaders to each of you, or a proposal request (or a proposal request) for the services.
Having some interaction with the contacts to get to know them. At this point, you both know each other and each other business, but you are not even closer to them. You may not have a business relationship with you, but at least on a radar or future transaction or someone you can send links. Most business relationships will not continue to grow at this stage, but if you keep on contacting and interact with them, you often have a leading role or lead to someone you stay with.  The final step in the business relationship process is to create a commitment to new contacts. This does not have to be a formal commitment, but it usually means that they both agree to continue interacting with each other. Hopefully, the commitment will take the form of new customers or referrals that will change as customers, but in each case they will build a new business relationship that will only grow from here. It is important that you do not contact individuals at this stage of your business relationship because you are often the most influential people in the growing network.
Most business-minded people always strive to grow their network, which means that -up and ongoing interactions are welcomed. It is your responsibility to create value for your relationships – not just for your own interest, but also for the interest of new relationships. In doing so, you will increase your influence and position in your industry.