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written by Allison Rosa
Building a Valuable Network With Orobosa Owie
Millennial-focused business coach Orobosa Owie explains why a valuable network pays dividends when it comes to net worth.
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In this video clip, Orobosa Owie, lead principal and CEO of Millennials in Business, LLC, outlines why your network equals your net worth. Having a valuable network is key, and you want people to be aware of what you’re doing in your career. When people know you and what you’re looking to achieve, they can open you up to other opportunities, both as a professional and for your organization as a whole.
You don’t know who people know.”
More about our expert: Orobosa Owie is a business coach, professor, global speaker and millennial empowerment expert. With over a decade of experience in business management and community affairs, Orobosa has built a millennial-driven career development brand that empowers, equips and trains entry- to senior-level professionals on how to address global healthcare issues, establish lucrative career portfolios and engage and conduct in business in their respective industries.
She is the lead principal and CEO of Millennials in Business, LLC, a full-service career development consulting firm specializing in entrepreneurship, professional development and training. She is also the founder and executive director of the Young Professionals Healthcare Network. Orobosa has provided career development services and programs to various UN agencies, for-profit and non-profit organizations, ivy leagues institutions and host country governments.
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