More than 200 people gathered at Twin Oaks last week for a business networking event sponsored by Twin Oaks and Southern New England Woman Magazine. Participants were able to promote their business, …
Night of networking at Twin Oaks
ALL SMILES: Manning the registration table are Anna Maria Angelosanto, founder of Extraordinary Child; Pat Paolino, hostess for the evening and owner of Southern New England Woman Magazine; Dina Caldarone from Marriot Courtyard; and Carol Nenez of the Providence School Department.
MEDIAPEEL MAKES NETWORKING FUN: Pictured are members of the Mediapeel family, Dan Mercer, Tim Snow, Mike Mota, Amanda D'Amore and Anthony Gemma during last week's networking night at Twin Oaks.
CONNECTING WITH FRIENDS: Pat Paolino, hostess of the networking evening at Twin Oaks and owner of Southern New England Woman Magazine, greets Rosemary L. Bowers, founder and executive director of A Wish Come True, Inc.
Ginny Shea of Mixed Media Promotions has a cocktail while meeting other business professionals. Shea provides media services to many Cranston businesses as well as throughout the region.
MAKING NEW CONTACTS: Enjoying the event are Summer Venagro of MICHE Bags, Leon Kayarian of Celebrity Car Museum, Stacie Venagro of MICHE Bags and Paul Schurr of Celebrity Classic Cars.
EXCHANGING BUSINESS CARDS: Ronald G. Shapiro, Ph.D. of Education by Entertainment exchanges business cards with Jeffrey Pratt of J. P. G. Designs.
HOW TO NETWORK: Pictured from left are Crystal Marie Sparkman from Cakes by Crystal Marie, Steve DaSilva of Prov/East Side Boston Sports Club and Carolyn McNeilly from Prov/Dorrance Boston Sports Club.
More than 200 people gathered at Twin Oaks last week for a business networking event sponsored by Twin Oaks and Southern New England Woman Magazine. Participants were able to promote their business, products and services to other business professionals in Southern New England in an informal setting.