Around 200 attendees joined BioBuzz’s first gathering since pre-COVID at Brookeville Beer Farm last week, reveling in the feeling of being face-to-face with other community members of the Biohealth Capital Region after a year and a half of Zoom meetings. The event, which CRB sponsored, highlighted the importance of getting back together as a community.
One of the key contributors to building a great career is surrounding yourself with great mentors and a good network or community of professionals you can go to for help. While talking to BioBuzz and understanding their community efforts, I thought it might be a good time to share what aspects of a good community make up its foundation.
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