Networking for Success

Turn Your Meet and Greet into Success and Money

Learn from the Etiquette Lady

As seen on Style Network, TODAY Show, Ricki (The Ricki Lake Show), and NBC.

Elaine Swann is one of the most sought after Lifestyle and Etiquette Experts in the U.S. She has shared her expert advice with numerous media outlets including print, radio, television and online.

Tuesday, August 12th-- Check in at 5:30pm at Microsoft Store Fashion Valley

Workshop is from 6pm-8pm.

Elaine Swann will share her advice on how to properly navigate the networking experience at professional mixers, special events, conferences, and business functions. Learn key tips on how to eat, greet, and balance food all at once. She’ll show you her secrets on how to use the Power of Polite to engage, interrupt, and exit conversations. Learn the tops ways to avoid those networking blunders that can lead to the “Crash and Burn” effect.

Guaranteed to sharpen your networking skills.

Event Location

Microsoft Store Fashion Valley

7007 Friars Rd., Suite 324

San Diego, CA 92108

Event presented by Celebrity Event by Makena

Special event planning, marketing and booking company.
How to Get Good Customer Service on TODAY Show by Lifestyle & Etiquette Expert, Elaine Swann

How to register!

We look forward to seeing you at our workshop! Registration is $30 in advance and $40 the door. Registration includes coffee or tea and light snacks. Be prepared to enter a giveaway!

Register today at or call 619-438-0777 for more information.

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Who is Elaine Swann?

Lifestyle & Etiquette Expert Elaine Swann has dispensed advice on everything etiquette for more than 15 years. She is a highly successful etiquette and lifestyle expert, who educates individuals on good manners for today’s modern society. An authority on etiquette and lifestyle practices, Swann’s advice has been called upon by the TODAY Show, CNN Headline News, the STYLE Network, ABC, NBC, CBS, The CW and FOX. She’s been featured on the radio, and quoted in national magazines and countless newspapers across the country. A New York Times article dubbed Swann, among others, “the Emily Post of the Digital Age.”