Cheshire Networking Group break £2 million target | Knutsford Times

Cheshire Networking Group break £2 million target

By on July 19, 2017

Local business networking group BNI Mere have smashed their target of £2 million of business by working with 21 local companies to network and discover opportunities in their industry.

The Cheshire based group, who meet at High Legh Park Golf Club, was originally set up in April 2012 to help local people grow their business in the area and only accept one company from an industry to be a member at any time, ensuring that members benefit fully from their networking opportunity.

Emma Stanton, the current President of the group, said: ‘Not only are the people who attend amazing professionals, who offer and deliver fantastic services, many of them go on the become friends too. Everyone really does want to help out their fellow members, looking for quality referrals to pass on.’

BNI Mere are currently celebrating their 5th anniversary and are offering all new visitors who attend to do so free of charge for their first visit. To take advantage of this offer and find out more about BNI Mere email

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