John Whitlock Proud President of BNI Excelsior Chapter Tunbridge Wells
Exciting news to announce that John Whitlock has been made President of BNI Excelsior Chapter.
BNI is the worlds leading business networking and referral organisation.
John who celebrated his 15 year milestone at DMP last year, will be leading the Chapter for a year! Each Chapter has one seat per business category, with competing businesses locked out.
At the Excelsior chapter in Tunbridge Wells all members meet weekly, usually at Salomons Estate. However due to the current climate are meeting online.
The members enjoy unparalleled business growth and BNI provides a positive, supportive and structured environment for the development and exchange of quality business referrals.
John Whitlock comments
“Becoming President of an well established Chapter is a substantial responsibility and one which I look forward to embarking on. Our committed members are what drives the success, builds deep bushiness relationships and premium referrals. Being President for Excelsior Chapter, I couldn’t think of a best use of my time.”
Significantly, BNI Excelsior team with 1,000 connections and business links can strengthen your networking capacity in a logical and rewarding way.
Networking, collaborating and creating opportunities for strategic alliance is becoming more common as determined companies maximise resources. And no time is more important than now!
The countless benefits of attending networking events is easy to observe. Importantly, as members it provides a structured environment for development and exchange of quality business referrals. In addition;
- Increase Business Prospects
- Professional Development
- Great Networking Opportunities
- Exclusive Member Resources
- Accelerate Opportunities & Profits
If you feel your business would benefit and would like to join DMP as a guest on the next Visitor Day Event please contact John
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