“Creating Relationships that make a difference.”
Networker extraordinaire, Kena Yoke, firmly believes in the power of personal interaction. Explaining her tried and true philosophy, she asserts, “Businesses succeed through creating meaningful relationships and actually connecting with people.”
The woman behind the full-service office support and bookkeeping firm, Dax Enterprises, and in-demand construction company Island Piling, Inc., has a vast and varied skill-set. Chief amongst her many talents, however is Kena’s innate ability to bring associates and clients together. To that end, she is constantly promoting networking activities.
As Executive Director of the Entrepreneur Society (ESON) and Vice President of the Naples Chapter of the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) – who named her a 2011/2012 Woman of the Year – Kena is tirelessly active within the community. “I have the honor of knowing so many people and that’s a real asset,” she remarks.
“If we are going to save this economy, we need to like the people that we do business with – and that’s why networking is so important.”
Source: Distinctive Women Magazine