This is the quick story on how I found networking, and ultimately success. I was 24 years old, and was just told to take my things home from my desk, and not come back. I was effectively let go, and out the door I went to the road of self employment. I won’t bore you with the intimate details of how this all came to be, but I think it’s important to talk about the struggle that came after as it may be the same struggle for you and many other small and mid-size business owners.
Currently the topic of getting together with other people is still a struggling debate. Should we cram into a room, require masks, is it safe, with zoom is it even needed? Some of those questions bring up a few talking points, why do we need in person events? Is zoom enough? Do we go right back to old norms even after we’ve progressed with tech and business cultural changes? Can VR Networking help us through some of these problems?
Virtual reality is the quiet storm that has already begun shaping the future of business networking on a global scale. This is the premise upon which Roberto DaCosta has built his new company, CONINVR, or Connections in Virtual Reality. In addition to hosting free business networking events three times per week in AltSpace, CONINVR is also poised to become the world’s first large scale business event producer in virtual reality.