Networking event invitations

Welcome your guests to schmooze with purpose with our collection of convenient, customizable networking event invitations. RSVP tracking is always included.

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You know what they say - first impressions are everything. So when sending out invitations for your next big event, you need to ensure they are striking and memorable. After all, a dull invite will likely be forgotten amongst the flurry of other notifications, while an exciting and engaging one will have people racing to attend.

Ready to open the door to new opportunities? Whether you're looking for a new job, a new business partner, or simply wanting to expand your professional network, a networking event can be a significant first step. And with our range of networking event invitations, you're sure to get off on the right foot with your future contacts.

Choosing a networking event invitation template

With so many networking events out there, you might wonder how you can ensure yours stands out from the crowd. Start off on a high with a stylish and eye-catching networking event template from Paperless Post that will stick in their mind. And because we offer free and paid designs, you can be sure to find one that also fits your budget. So whether you land on a beautiful designer offering or a fantastic free template, you're sure to make a lasting impression before your guests even attend your event.

Paperless Post's networking event invitations are a great way to expand your professional network and build relationships that can help you grow your business.

When to hold your business networking event

When deciding when to hold your event, there are a few things to consider. First, you'll want to make sure that you choose a time when most of your potential attendees will be available. Weeknights tend to be the best time for networking events, as people are more likely to be free after work. You'll also want to make sure you choose a time that works well for your venue. If you're holding the event at a restaurant or bar, you'll want to ensure they're not too busy. Mid-week evenings tend to be less crowded than weekends, so they may be a good option for your event. Finally, you'll want to make sure that you give yourself enough time to promote the event. When promoting your event on social media it can take some time to build interest, so make sure to leave yourself enough lead time!

What information to include on your networking event invitation

If you're throwing a networking event, you need to make sure your invite has all the right ingredients for a great time!

Be sure to add all crucial information, including the date and time your business networking event will take place, along with the address and instructions needed to locate the venue (nobody likes getting lost!). Also, don't forget to let your guests know if there will be a charge to attend.

Additionally, while it isn't essential to add any additional information, it can be handy, so your guests know whether the night will benefit them. So if you are adding extras, highlight all the features that make your event stand out. Consider taking advantage of our new Blocks feature by adding information about guest speakers, general food information, the industry you are aiming the event toward, and any dress code information.