Networking & Groups

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It's all about building relationships.

We're always amazed when people tell us how much they hate networking.

They hate the meat-market feel of big events, they hate the cliques they find in small groups, and they hate that it feels like they meet the same five people at every networking event they attend.

What if we told you it doesn't have to be that way?

What if we said that if you hate the idea of networking, it's time to change your mindset?

If you're attached to the belief that networking is about getting leads, spewing your pitch, or meeting business card quotas, let it go.

Networking is an integral part of business.

It's about developing strong business relationships that help establish your authority and open doors to new opportunities.

See our Events page for our schedule of bi-weekly and evening Networking Events.

All of The Business Guild's networking platforms are designed to help you find your comfort zone so you can connect and build the relationships you need to succeed.

Did you know?

We have regular virtual office hours when members can drop by to ask questions, network, and get help with a variety of business topics?

No appointment needed! 


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Are you looking for the perfect blend of small group networking and problem solving?

We think mastermind groups are the bee's knees when it comes to maximizing your business relationships.

Though many people say that mastermind groups aren't really networking groups, we say they're wrong.

In fact, we believe mastermind groups are the epitome of the perfect networking group.

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Connect with the people you want to connect with.

Have you been on LinkedIn lately? How about Facebook?

Do you remember when you could join an online group or post in a forum to connect with like-minded people, ask questions, and offer solutions to typical business challenges?

It was great, right? Until it wasn't.

Between the spammers, the changing algorithms, and the constant nagging to pay to have your message seen, social media groups lost their luster.

The Business Guild's facilitated online groups and forums are the perfect choice for making casual connections and sharing information with other business professionals.

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