Networking: A Lifetime Exercise

AIChE Webinar
Originally delivered Dec 9, 2007

Networking is defined as a supportive system of sharing information and services among individuals and groups having a common interest.” This essential seminar will show you how to effectively and politely network to meet your individual goal and aspirations, both professionally and personally.

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Presenter(s): 

Eric Borgstedt

Eric Borgstedt is Director, Global Sales and Marketing, SEPCOR, Inc.

He has held positions at SYMYX Technologies, Inc., Sebtech & Marketing, The BOC Group, The Catalyst Group, The PQ Corporation and Katalistiks/UOP.

Borgstedt received his Ph.D., in Chemical Materials Engineering from the University of Connecticut. He also has both his M.S. & B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

He is a member of the Licensing Executive Society (LES), Commercial Development and Marketing Association (CDMA), American Chemical Society (ACS...

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