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Justine Reichman

Founder and President

CCN

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Background Information

Employment History

WomenandBiz.com


Women and Business Magazine


President

VZones


Kirshenbaum , Bond & Partners


Affiliations

Baptist Health South Florida Inc

Clinical Liaison


The Career Change Network

Founder


Education

bachelor

Public Communications & Sociology


s degree

Public Communications & Sociology

American University


undergraduate degree

Public Communications

American University , Washington DC


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www.careerchangenetwork.com

Allow Justine Reichman, the founder of CCN to support your efforts and help you to identify the many resources available specific to your needs whether you are an individual or corporation.Email Question Justine would be happy to email you answers to your networking questions. Click the purchase link to pay by credit card.Be sure to include your email in the payment form and Justine will email you.You can then reply to her email with your question.$20Phone In Question Click the purchase link and indicate what time you would like Justine to call you. Sit down with Justine for a personal session on how to improve your networking, tap into your existing base of contacts as well as find out what other avenues to explore to increase your reach.


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Justine Reichman is the Founder and President of CCN and was recently interviewed by Women In Business magazine.Previously, Ms. Reichman worked for Kirshenbaum, Bond & Partners, as the promotions manager, handling the strategic marketing for Fortune 500 clients such as Cahners Information Systems, Credit Suisse Group, Procter & Gamble, Olympus America Inc., and Wyndham Hotels.


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Justine Reichman of Career Change Network


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Interview with Justine ReichmanWomen and Biz Magazine - Entrepreneurial WomanWomen and Business Magazine - Current IssueInterview with Justine ReichmanDuring this interview with Justine Reichman, I learned that the business is a success, mainly due to her innovative ideas, the niche she targets, and the fact that there are many people struggling to go through career transitions. Justine Reichman got her undergraduate degree from American University, Washington DC, in Public Communications with a minor in Sociology.After graduation she worked in advertising and public relations.Ms. Reichman created promotional campaigns for companies such as Olympus and Procter & Gamble, and then did independent business consulting, advising companies on how to market their businesses and how to start strategic alliances. Last year, while at the movies, she came up with the idea to create a networking group for people who are in a career transition.Two weeks later she was hosting the first event.The Career Change Network was launched in September 2003, and the number of events and members increase each month.It offers networking events for people interested in changing a career or industry, and speakers from different fields who can help people involved in a career change. Ms. Reichman's goal has been to provide an informal setting where people can come together and gain insight from each other about different industries and careers.The business offers three levels of membership for a yearly fee, and those who aren't members can pay at the door and still attend the events.Because she faced some career transitions in her own life, Ms. Reichman is knowledgeable about the tools and resources that people need to tap into, when considering what to do with their careers.She is not a career coach or a resume writer, but has created affiliations with several organizations and professionals that can give additional assistance through the Career Change Network. As soon as she created the concept, Ms. Reichman jumped into it without writing a business plan.However, as the business began to grow, and as different ideas continue to develop, a business plan was devised.She knows that while the market, the marketing strategy and the clients may change, and businesses go through different challenges, the ideal situation is to be constantly updating the business plan.Ms. Reichman keeps revising it to adapt and include new business opportunities and new strategies. Justine ReichmanJustine Reichman"Focus, stay driven, and do not get distracted or you lose it all."Justine Reichman Although in the beginning Ms. Reichman considered having a partner, she didn't find anyone committed and motivated enough to join her project.However, she considers her web designer who created the website and its image a partner, since without him the business would not have blossomed.The site traffic has increased exponentially, and recently the two added a feature to accept membership payments online. Currently, Ms. Reichman is expanding the business and creating corporate events.Last year she partnered with Citi-Habitats with an event tailored towards people interested in careers in real estate.In the Spring she is leading an event for City Sites.Ms. Reichman is always looking for ways to grow her business outside Manhattan, and in March she is having the first international event in London. I asked Ms. Reichman what she thinks the best strategy is when a person wants to change careers, and her response was to be confident to what one is doing, and to be an expert on something: "If you are a jack of all trades, people won't come to you.When you have a niche, people look to you for information.Excel within a niche and people look to you as a resource.The best thing is to identify what you want to do, and be an expert on it, and show people you can do it." In sum, Ms. Reichman considers herself lucky to have found her dream career and to be able to achieve success and to grow the business at the right pace.Yet, she points out that some people contact her only to ask for favors, a job, a contact, without offering anything in return.She believes in helping and sharing information with others, but she is also concerned about protecting her contacts, and suggests that you should be careful when sharing resources, and that you should surround yourself with people that you trust. Ms. Reichman's final thoughts and advice: "Focus, stay driven, and do not get distracted or you lose it all."Career Change Network hosted its first event in August 2003, and in January 2004 it's having five events.Visit www.careerchangenetwork.com for more information about Career Change Network, Justine Reichman, and the events.


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Justine Reichman of Career Change NetworkWomen and Biz Magazine - Entrepreneurial WomanWomen and Business Magazine - Current IssueInterview with Justine ReichmanDuring this interview with Justine Reichman, I learned that the business is a success, mainly due to her innovative ideas, the niche she targets, and the fact that there are many people struggling to go through career transitions. Justine Reichman got her undergraduate degree from American University, Washington DC, in Public Communications with a minor in Sociology.After graduation she worked in advertising and public relations.Ms. Reichman created promotional campaigns for companies such as Olympus and Procter & Gamble, and then did independent business consulting, advising companies on how to market their businesses and how to start strategic alliances. Last year, while at the movies, she came up with the idea to create a networking group for people who are in a career transition.Two weeks later she was hosting the first event.The Career Change Network was launched in September 2003, and the number of events and members increase each month.It offers networking events for people interested in changing a career or industry, and speakers from different fields who can help people involved in a career change. Ms. Reichman's goal has been to provide an informal setting where people can come together and gain insight from each other about different industries and careers.The business offers three levels of membership for a yearly fee, and those who aren't members can pay at the door and still attend the events.Because she faced some career transitions in her own life, Ms. Reichman is knowledgeable about the tools and resources that people need to tap into, when considering what to do with their careers.She is not a career coach or a resume writer, but has created affiliations with several organizations and professionals that can give additional assistance through the Career Change Network. As soon as she created the concept, Ms. Reichman jumped into it without writing a business plan.However, as the business began to grow, and as different ideas continue to develop, a business plan was devised.She knows that while the market, the marketing strategy and the clients may change, and businesses go through different challenges, the ideal situation is to be constantly updating the business plan.Ms. Reichman keeps revising it to adapt and include new business opportunities and new strategies. Justine ReichmanJustine Reichman"Focus, stay driven, and do not get distracted or you lose it all."Justine Reichman Although in the beginning Ms. Reichman considered having a partner, she didn't find anyone committed and motivated enough to join her project.However, she considers her web designer who created the website and its image a partner, since without him the business would not have blossomed.The site traffic has increased exponentially, and recently the two added a feature to accept membership payments online. Currently, Ms. Reichman is expanding the business and creating corporate events.Last year she partnered with Citi-Habitats with an event tailored towards people interested in careers in real estate.In the Spring she is leading an event for City Sites.Ms. Reichman is always looking for ways to grow her business outside Manhattan, and in March she is having the first international event in London. I asked Ms. Reichman what she thinks the best strategy is when a person wants to change careers, and her response was to be confident to what one is doing, and to be an expert on something: "If you are a jack of all trades, people won't come to you.When you have a niche, people look to you for information.Excel within a niche and people look to you as a resource.The best thing is to identify what you want to do, and be an expert on it, and show people you can do it." In sum, Ms. Reichman considers herself lucky to have found her dream career and to be able to achieve success and to grow the business at the right pace.Yet, she points out that some people contact her only to ask for favors, a job, a contact, without offering anything in return.She believes in helping and sharing information with others, but she is also concerned about protecting her contacts, and suggests that you should be careful when sharing resources, and that you should surround yourself with people that you trust. Ms. Reichman's final thoughts and advice: "Focus, stay driven, and do not get distracted or you lose it all."Career Change Network hosted its first event in August 2003, and in January 2004 it's having five events.Visit www.careerchangenetwork.com for more information about Career Change Network, Justine Reichman, and the events.


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