Networking

Build, maintain and use contacts.

Make use one or more of approximately 45 annual events  of our special interest groups for targeted networking, be it for exchanging experiences, for starting a career, or for starting a new business.

By participating actively in special interest groups you can meet people with common interests. Newcomers can meet experienced professionals, and contribute to publications, events, or guideline and recommendation groups.
During a career break (maternity leave, unemployment or timeout), it is particularly important to maintain professional contacts and establish new contacts.
Universities and colleges are well represented in the SI — Joint projects between research and practice enable the mutual use of the know-how and experience.
Successful networking is a matter of give and take!
In addition to the networking, the SI has many more advantages. For more information, please contact our office.