Local professionals from all business industries and trades in the Southern Suburbs are invited to network their business with dozens of fellow professionals at an upcoming business open day hosted by the BNI® Exchange Chapter—a local branch of the world’s largest referral marketing network.
The BNI® Exchange Chapter is holding a business open day on 28 November 2017 and members of the Woodstock/Observatory small business community as well as the general public are invited to attend. Visitors are encouraged to bring plenty of business cards as the focus on open networking will put them in contact with dozens of local business representatives with whom they can form mutually beneficial business relationships and exchange business cards. This event is a prime opportunity for local professionals to increase visibility and awareness surrounding their business within the larger community.
The business open day will run from 7h00 to 9h00 and will be held at The River Club, corner of Liesbeeck Parkway and Observatory Rd, Observatory. The event will feature plenty of opportunities to network with representatives of local business, a presentation by the Financial Power Team of the group and a variety of menu choices for the meal which is included with event registration. To register to attend the event, please call Marelé Moolman on 084 553 6636 or register online (www.bit.ly/VisitBNIExchange) The cost is R110 which includes coffee/tea and breakfast.With thousands of BNI chapters spanning over 75 countries, a presence in every populated continent in the world, a global membership base which is steadily climbing toward the 222,000 mark, and a solid history of significantly increasing business for small business owners since 1985, it is clear that BNI’s strategic framework for generating business referrals is universally effective and that word-of-mouth marketing works. “Each year the organization helps small business owners across the globe to build their business by referral and thrive despite economic fluctuations,” says Claudia Lowry, Executive Director of BNI South Peninsula, “Many BNI members have reported an increase in business ranging anywhere from 20% to100% and as many as 50 new clients in their first two years of participation in a BNI chapter; and South Peninsula’s BNI Exchange Chapter passed over R3,500,000.00 in business this year.”
The BNI Exchange Chapter welcomes anyone interested in participating in their 28 November business open day. To reserve a spot, readers may register online at www.bit.ly/VisitBNIExchange or via telephone 084 553 6636. For more information on BNI, please visit www.bni.co.za