Centricity announced Tuesday it has launched a new professional networking circle in Newark called “Network Newark.”
The professional networking company has also expanded into Bernardsville, Somerset and Succasunna, it said.
“I have always believed that developing meaningful business relationships across the community helps everyone provide clients with the best service. It is why I founded Network Newark,” Lawrence Moskowitz, a financial advisor, said. “We decided to bring in Centricity because they offer the right format to create these relationships faster, have them become productive, and elevate us as a whole.”
“Successful professionals need to build trusted relationships to generate high-quality referrals and gain professional support — traditional networking is inefficient and ineffective,” Jay Kingley, CEO of Centricity, said. “The follow-up process needed to build trusted relationships is incredibly time consuming which results in a high rate of abandonment. That’s why we built a program that helps professionals build dozens of relevant relationships quickly so they can build or grow successful businesses.”