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Now, more than ever, business people need to network to stay in business. BNI provides a positive, supportive, and structured environment to exchange quality business referrals. BNI is the largest business networking organization in the world. We offer members the opportunity to share ideas, contacts and most importantly, business referrals.

Last year Members of BNI passed thousands of referrals, which generated over $11.2 Billion dollars worth of business for each other! BNI is a business and professional referral organization that allows only one person from each profession to join a chapter.

Belonging to BNI is like having dozens of sales people working for you because all the other members carry several copies of your business cards around with them. When they meet someone who could use your products or services they hand your card out and recommend your services. It's as simple as that!

It's simple because it's based on the proven concept of "what goes around, comes around." If I help you, you'll help me and we will both benefit as a result. Would you like to increase your business by 20%, 30%, 50% or as much as 100%? You can see results like this! Many have. Some participants have added as many as 50 new clients in the first 2 years!!!

In 2016, Business Network Int'l with 7800+ chapters and over 211,000 members in 55+ countries BNI members passed referrals resulting in more than $11.2 billion in business!



Moshe Zchut

Imagine if referrals from just one networking group could bring you $1 million in business. Moshe Zchut doesn’t have to imagine it. He is living it. The web designer/digital marketing expert recently received a referral that he can trace back for five generations, all from BNI members.

Moshe has been a member of BNI Strategic Connections for 10 years, and is now the president of the group. Putting in nearly a full year of his life over the last 10 years, he said, has certainly paid off for him.

“Someone called me a couple of weeks ago about building a website for marketing for a property management company,” Moshe said. “I asked where he got my name. The referral was from a lawyer who is a client, referred by another lawyer who is also a client. When I stopped to figure it out, I found that this referral went back around seven years. It turned out to be a fifth generation referral.”

Moshe said that if a name comes from a BNI source, even someone who is no longer in the group, he usually remembers the name.

“If I can get the name of where a prospective client got my name,  I’ve come to find that it usually comes from BNI in one way or another!”

See Moshe's member profile here.

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