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April 29, 2008


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Fully agree. I think it is rather a silly convention to exchange business cards with everyone you meet at such networking events. In my case, 99% of those business cards get forgotten within days, or more likely I can barely put the names and faces together after 24hrs. Usually there are only 1 or 2 persons that I would even consider to follow up with, and this mostly depends on finding common interests or similar values.
For received business cards I usually add the date of meeting (as well as other info). Then if after 1year, no contact has been made, and moreover I can no longer remember who it was, I feel at liberty to discard it. (I think/hope the digital technologies becoming available now might save me from future anguish of sorting them all...)

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