Business networking getting easier in Comox Valley

Are you ready to take your business to the next level?
BNI (Business Network International) is forming a new chapter in the Comox Valley and is looking for successful business owners with strong networking skills and a desire to increase their market share through referrals.

Are you ready to take your business to the next level?BNI (Business Network International) is forming a new chapter in the Comox Valley and is looking for successful business owners with strong networking skills and a desire to increase their market share through referrals.BNI is a professional marketing organization specializing in word-of-mouth referrals. The BNI strategy relies on a business networking strategy that generates business referrals within many diverse networks.BNI relies on structured business groups wherein each member carries the other’s business cards. When a “prospect” is met, the business card and testimonial information is shared and a referral is most often created. Successful business depends on word-of-mouth referrals. This well-tested program has more than two decades of experience and is international in scope.BNI’s structured system of giving and receiving referrals creates a supportive and trusting environment for developing serious business relationships where network contacts are transformed into referred business. There are more than 250 chapters across Canada — located in most major communities.The next information session is Sept. 16 at 6:45 a.m. at the Old House Restaurant. The cost is $15 for your buffet breakfast. To register for this information session, call Dave Robertson at 250-890-0245 or e-mail david.robertson@rbc.com.— Business Network International

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