Business Networking Clubs in West-Yorkshire
Business Networking is a great way to make new friends and potential business contacts
If you are self employed or run a small firm in West-Yorkshire , we would strongly recommend that you consider adding networking to your marketing strategy. Not only does it widen your circle of business contacts, it can keep you in touch with what is going on in the local business world, and potentially bring in more trade!
You will find a list of West-Yorkshire based business networking clubs below, but if you want to learn more about networking, please visit our national Business Networking section.
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The Referrals Network
The meeting will give you the opportunity to have one-to-one's with each other and learn a bit more about each others businesses in a casual environment.
The meeting is hosted by the Network Mentor and there is no charge. Free parking available.
1. Open Networking
2. Welcome members, introduce new members and guests
3. Purpose and overview of The Referrals Network
4. Announce statistics on business and referrals exchanged
5. Referrals Education
6. Keynote Speaker
8. Announce any network news and official close
9. Members can choose to continue with open networking
10. Hold an induction for any new members and guests looking to join.
The Referrals Network
Titan House,Central Arcade,Cleckheaton,BD19 5DN
T: 0113 897 0149
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WEST-YORKSHIRE BUSINESS NETWORKING
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4Networking give you the essentials you need: People, Appointments, Business and Support. The 4N culture is relaxed and friendly, with a complete lack of pretension … plus you stay in control: network where you want, when you want. 4Networking is 50% business, 50% social and it works. Just be yourself, you’ll be very welcome. To join 4Networking, the only truly joined-up business network.
| 1230 The Women's Company
1230 The Women's Company is an effective, dynamic network of meetings and events where like-minded business women meet to inspire, share experiences, strengthen and grow their businesses through building trusted business relationships. 1230 TWC is totally committed to providing opportunities for business women to increase business. Gain all the benefits of 1230 TWC by becoming a full member both on-line and off-line. Join us and hundreds of other business and professional women in one of the most effective and friendly networking organisations. The 1230 TWC Franchise enables you to run your own supported 1230 TWC business
http://www.1230.co.uk | 020 8650 8015
BNI is a 24 year old business and professional organisation that allows only one person from each trade or profession to join a chapter. With over 5,291 active chapters, and 111,733 members, it is the most successful business referral organisation in the world. Belonging to BNI is like having dozens of sales people working for you because all the other members carry copies of your card with them. When they meet someone new that could use your products or services they hand out your card and personally recommend your services. Check their Country Finder page to see if there is a Chapter in your area.
http://www.bni-europe.com | 01923 891999
| Business Scene
Business Scene is a fast growing online business resource that connects businesses at a local level. Networking, Directory, Classified Ads and Events for your Local Community.
http://www.business-scene.com | 0845 003 1347
| Disabled Entrepreneurs Network
DEN is committed to providing a variety of information for disabled entrepreneurs such as the provision of sign posting to other support, finance and training. We have identified a number of useful sites, but if you know of any others we would be grateful to hear about them.
http://www.disabled-entrepreneurs.net/original.html | 0845 6000 787
| Media Volt
Online community bringing people together from all sectors of the Media industry to spark new ideas and relationships, creating prospects for those trying to break into the industry, and creating new opportunities for those already experienced in the industry.
| PRIME Business Club
Enterprise is not just about youth. People of any age can set up in business, but it is particularly useful for the over 50s as there are not a lot of other options. Despite legislation supposedly outlawing age discrimination, older people still face difficulty finding an employer willing to give them a job.
http://www.primebusinessclub.co.uk | See website for more details.
Benefits from Refer-OnMembers are Business Owners and Leaders of start-ups & small-to-medium businesses, Independent Professionals or Public Sector leavers and those leaving the Services. They are encouraged to meet on a weekly basis, usually for breakfast, to maximise time effectiveness.
http://www.refer-on.com | 01753 842142
| WIRE (Women in Rural Enterprise)
WiRE is an organisation for rural women in business, offering a dynamic member package for women in rural enterprise including; WiRE Local Network Group, a quarterly glossy magazine, monthly e-newsletter and countless marketing opportunities.
http://www.wireuk.org | See website.
| Women In Business Network (WIBN)
The Women in Business Network is about putting like minded women together in a structured yet informal environment to help generate more business for one another.
http://www.wibn.co.uk | See website for more details.
| Women in Rural Enterprise
WiRE is the only organisation offering support to businesswomen in rural areas. Membership costs just £50 per year and can really benefit your business.
http://www.wireuk.org/ | 01952 815338