“Every year, November 21 is World Hello Day. The objective is to say hello to at least ten people on the day. By greeting others, the message is for world leaders to use communication rather than using force to settle conflicts”
The event began in 1973 by Brian and Michael McCormack. Since then World Hello Day has been observed by people in 180 countries.
On 21st November 2012 at the Taunton Business Network event you have the opportunity of making your life easier – opportunities to build relationships with people who can enhance your business and your customers businesses. Opportunities to build relationships with potential suppliers, potential buyers and develop advocates and ambassadors for your business
A special offer – a complimentary lunch for every 2 people that you bring – drop me an email with your guests details (name, business, email address, invoice contact, telephone number) and I will arrange everything – mailto:email@example.com
♦ Do you want to generate opportunities that will enhance your business?
The events give you the opportunity to meet people over informal drinks followed by a two course sit down lunch; a structured, relaxed environment to meet and create ties with a wide variety of decision makers from all walks of business life. You have the opportunity to develop your networking, it’s all about talking and listening to people and creating opportunities that will enhance your business.
Every year, November 21 is World Hello Day. The objective is to say hello to at least ten people on the day. By greeting others, the message is for world leaders to use communication rather than using force to settle conflicts.
The event began in 1973 by Brian and Michael McCormack in response to the Yom Kippur War. Since then World Hello Day has been observed by people in 180 countries.
November 21, 2011 is the 39th annual World Hello Day. Anyone can participate in World Hello Day simply by greeting ten people or more. This demonstrates the importance of personal communication for preserving peace. World Hello Day was begun in response to the conflict between Egypt and Israel in the fall of 1973. Since then, World Hello Day has been observed by people in 180 countries. People around the world use the occasion of World Hello Day as an opportunity to express their concern for world peace. Beginning with a simple greeting on World Hello Day, their activities send a message to leaders, encouraging them to use communication rather than force to settle conflicts. As a global event World Hello Day joins local participation in a global expression of peace. 31 winners of the Nobel Peace Prize are among the people who have realized World Hello Day’s value as an instrument for preserving peace and as an occasion that makes it possible for anyone in the world to contribute to the process of creating peace. Brian McCormack, a Ph.D. graduate of Arizona State University, and Michael McCormack, a graduate of Harvard University, work together to promote this annual global event.