How It Works
Successful businesses depend on advertising to build their business. Everyone knows that “word of mouth” advertising is the best advertising there is.
Business Networking Group (BNG) provides a structured and supportive system to promote the giving and receiving of business; one business to another business. BNG does this by providing an environment in which you can develop personal, working relationships quickly with other business owners and professionals. By establishing this “formal” relationship with others, you will have the opportunity to substantially increase your business.
At the weekly BNG meeting, you will learn about businesses in the area that you might not otherwise deal with or get to know. We share information about our products or services so that we can all “know” each other. We exchange business cards, which we carry with us, and use to refer others to BNG members. When we meet someone who could use another member’s product or service, we can give them a card and personally recommend them. It’s like having dozens of sales people working for you and doing that “word of mouth” advertising.
During our meetings we will share experience and knowledge that will help other business owners or professionals. We will also invite guest speakers to gain knowledge in areas of interest to all of us. This is a way to get more information without spending lots of money on classes or seminars.
Our members are involved in our communities; and we can support them in activities that will promote BNG members and make them more visible in the community. The community will support the businesses that play an active role in supporting the community.
Our goal is to create a strong network among ourselves and to promote each other and grow our businesses through mutual support.
It’s that simple! And it’s simple because it’s based on the proven concept of “Givers Gain”. Givers Gain is the belief that when business people set goals to help others and honestly work to achieve these goals, they usually gain the most out of the experience – through a reciprocal benefit.
“People will do business with, and refer business to, those people they know, like, and trust.”