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Power Networking Comes to Culver City
By Sentinel News Service
Published October 8, 2009

Power Networking Comes to Culver City

Cheetah Networking Events Launch in Culver City, CA

Cheetah Learning announced today that it will expand it’s power networking events across the country beginning in Culver City, California

The Cheetah Networking technique produces 32 viable contacts in 30 minutes.  It is far different than standard networking events as it is about everyone helping everyone succeed, FAST.

“What do people need in this economy?” asks Michelle LaBrosse, Chief Opportunity Officer and Founder, Chief Cheetah, of Cheetah Learning. “They need more opportunities to get their businesses revved up.  At Cheetah Networking events, participants learn how to leverage the four sources of capital that we all have:  Social, Brand, Knowledge and Infrastructure to create opportunities with – and for – each other.  The more successful we can help each other become, the more successful we all will be.”  Cheetah Learning has been leading Cheetah Networking events for groups as large as 250 people around the country for the past four years. 

Come experience a Cheetah Networking event and see what all the buzz is about.  Culver City is the first stop in a nation-wide tour of these events.  To check the calendar for upcoming cities, visit

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