My network review deepdive for this edition of my blog is the VBON or the Virtual Business Owners Network.
The Virtual Business Owners Network is hosted by the experienced business professional, Alec Drew. He started this group during Covid in response to a lack of active networking groups available when the pandemic hit. It has grown to a community of 200 businesses who attend as suits their schedules.
As always, with any network, the more consistent and active you are, the better results you will yield. Alec says that they ‘know from speaking with those who attend regularly that considerable business is being done by members meeting with other members after the events.’
The Virtual Business Owners Network (VBON) is a proven platform for business owners and decision makers to meet in the right environment for their mutual benefit. This is about building a network of people who understand clearly what you offer and who can help you find new business opportunities.
By building relationships you get the added benefit of meeting like minded people who support each other by identifying real business opportunities and collaborations.
Here’s everything you need to know:
Fridays at 10am for 1 hour.
There is an open seat policy so all interested business owners are welcome to join the community.
This network operates free of charge.
How to Register
You can register here to receive the zoom link for the meeting.
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