Expand your network by registering for and attending a LinkedIn Event.
I’ve met some amazing people through the LinkedIn events I have hosted and also through other user’s events.
🚀 Attending events on LinkedIn may not only add value to your professional growth but also give you the opportunity to meet and connect with new people.
Here are three ways to find events to attend on LinkedIn
1. Find events via LinkedIn Search
To search for an Event on LinkedIn:
➡️ Enter your keyword(s) into the Search bar at the top of the page.
Note: You can enter a keyword for an idea or concept you’re interested in (for example, “growth strategies”) or the exact name of an Event, if you already know it.
➡️ Click See all results at the end of the dropdown.
➡️ Click the Events tab to filter only the events from the search results. All the public events will be listed in the search results.
2. Find events recommended by LinkedIn
LinkedIn recommends events that are relevant to you based on your interests, Pages you follow, and the events being attended by your network.
You can find the recommended events on the My Network tab and may also receive email notifications regarding relevant events.
3. Find events hosted by Pages you follow
You can find events hosted by Pages by accessing the Events tab of the Page that you follow If you’re following a Page, you may also be notified if the Page shares events they’re hosting.
If you follow my LinkedIn Page Nyna Caputi all my upcoming events that I host through this page are listed there.
➡️ Once you sign up for an event on LinkedIn, you can view a complete list of attendees from the event page.
✋🏽 Important: If you haven’t confirmed your attendance for an event, you won’t be able to view the full list of attendees.
You will only be able to see your 1st-degree connections who have confirmed their attendance.
➡️ Once you’ve accepted an event invitation, you can access a list of LinkedIn members who will be attending with you.
➡️ You can start interacting with other attendees, by inviting them to connect before the event begins.
➡️ Remember to send a personalized message letting them know you are a guest at the event as well and also why you want to connect on LinkedIn.
➡️ Connect with intent.