Networking & Cocktails Friday 25th Nov 1.30pm @ The Boathouse Palma 5€

Business Networking Event Sponsored by Currencies Direct 

Friday 25th November 13.30pm at the Boathouse Palma

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Mallorca Business Networking group is meeting at The Boat House Palma for an exciting Cocktail networking event, we are pleased to welcome Vicky Vich , who will present Currencies Direct and a fantastic Overview of the Market and their core business.

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We are a group of business owners & Entrepreneur who meet once a month for a delicious Lunch network meeting, where members get the opportunity to present their services and products to other members, share local business information and pass referrals to each other in a relaxed and friendly environment.

MBNG has a live website for their members to use as often as they like to promote their services, products or offers not only to the other members but also to our followers on the website and also our growing  number of followers on Social Media Pages, we also have an active whatsapp group where we can exchange leads and info to each other.

So, if you are a one man/woman band, small or medium business or just starting out, come and join us at our Lunch cocktail meeting on Friday 25th and see what becoming a member is all about.

The Format:

Meeting starts at 1.30pm, Delicious Cocktail & Canopees 

Introduction to the group,  1 minute presentations from each member

10 Minute Presentation from Currencies Direct

Local news update, Meeting Concludes

The Boat House Palma

Lunch/Meeting Normally 15€ In this case the event is sponsored so entry is 5€ by confirmation of attendance inn advance as places are limited.

To reserve your place r.s.v.p  mallorcanetworking@outlook.com or Call +34 615 029 195

Meet like-minded Professionals and Grow your network

www.mallorcabusinessnetworking.com

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What Is Business Networking, Anyway?

Business networking is leveraging your business and personal connections to bring you a regular supply of new business. The concept sounds simple, doesn’t it? Don’t let that fool you, though. Because it involves relationship building, it can be a deceptively complex process.

Think about it. How many people do you know? How many of these people truly understand what you do? How many of these folks have directed prospects to you as referrals? And how many of those referrals have actually turned into business?

Business networking is much more than showing up at networking functions, shaking a
lot of hands and collecting a bunch of cards.

For example, imagine two people attending an event, sizing it up and drawing an imaginary line down the middle. They separate, each taking half the room. At the end of the event, they meet again to see who’s collected the most business cards.

Have you met these people? Sure you have. We all have. What did they accomplish? They collected a lot of cards that will end up on a shelf, in a drawer, in the trash, or–worse yet–scanned into a computer so they can spam everyone they just met. Why? What does a business card represent? It’s a piece of paper, with ink and images on it. No relationship has been formed. This networking strategy, by itself, isn’t an effective use of time, money or energy.

Some people get frustrated with networking because they seem to be making as much progress as a rear-wheel-drive truck on an icy hill: one foot forward, 10 feet back–getting nowhere fast.

Networking for business growth must be strategic and focused. Not everyone you meet can help move your business forward–but everything you do can be driven by the intention to grow your business. You have total control over whom you meet, where you meet them and how you develop and leverage relationships for mutual benefit. You have total control over whether you enter into the unique 29 percent of the population that is separated by six degrees, whether you stay there, or whether you never get there at all.

Networking your business means you have to be proactive. The core of networking is doing something specific each week that is focused on networking for business growth. Make a plan, focus and be consistent. When you understand exactly what business networking is and step up to the challenge, you’ll find avenues of opportunity that you may have otherwise never discovered, and you will be making an invaluable investment in the steady growth of your business.

Source

http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/196758

IVAN MISNER
Founder and Chief Visionary Officer of BNI