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Did you know that your first visit to any of our networking meetings is FREE of CHARGE?
Yes, that's right - whether you choose one of the 10 breakfast meetings or one of the 4 lunchtime meetings we run per month, it will be free of charge the first time your company visits us.
Of course, if you have been before, we would still welcome you to come along and trial us for a whole month without paying membership fees (although there are some very good discounts available should you wish to join sooner)
Please have a look through our diary dates and choose one to suit your time table - with at least 14 events per month spread from Chepstow to Tenby there should be one near you.
In an age where new marketing methods seem to emerge every day, it’s refreshing to remember that one basic principal remains the same: people do business with people they know, like and trust.
That’s why so many companies include networking in their marketing plans. If you’re new to networking, we’ll be happy to introduce you to its considerable potential.
If you have engaged with networking before or you’re just looking to find the right organisation to join, we’ll be delighted to invite you to one of our events and show you why our members love us.
BizNet Wales is one of Wales’ longest established networking organisations, with hundreds of people attending our events every year. Founded in 2001, BizNet now runs over 140 structured business events across South and West Wales every year.
Monthly lunches and breakfasts at popular hotels are the typical settings for our meetings. We believe that when people relax and enjoy good food and pleasant surroundings it naturally encourages them to do business. Unlike some organisations, we don’t have a strict code of conduct. We just talk about our business, get to know one another and, when the time is right, we do business.
LAST YEAR, OUR MEMBERS DID
OVER £1 MILLION OF BUSINESS
WITH EACH OTHER
MAKE THIS YEAR YOUR YEAR
TO HAVE A SHARE OF IT
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