Matching Members Online
BizConnect matches professionals with similar business and personal interests, sending emails every time there is a match! Build new relations and meet your future clients, members and referral sources.
BizConnect's MATCH breaks the ice and makes a cold call warm. Business development is a lot like social dating. Let BizConnect introduce you to serious business people who like to help serious business people.
New member dashboard provides free advertising space for your business. Log in to our members’ only portal and post your free ads. Update your profile, refer one member to another and meet our newest members.
Toss the Keyboard
and Meet Face-to-Face
Not too long ago, communicating “in person” was the norm. In today’s digital world, it seems to be a dying art. Nowadays, it often comes down to digital exchange such as instant messaging, emails, and texting. While efficiency has its advantages, we need to be careful not to overdo it. Doing so may cause your business to go into a downward spiral.
Effective business networking is the linking together of individuals who, through trust and relationship building, become walking, talking advertisements for one another.
Keep in mind that networking is about being genuine and authentic, building trust and relationships, and seeing how you can help others.
BizConnect makes it easy for you to establish trust, build relationships, and create new referrals and sales.
Join BizConnect and meet serious business people willing to help you grow your business!
Networking and Small Business: A Path to Success
By Kuulei Stockman
Networking is to small business, as air is to humans. Regardless of the channels, e.g., online or traditional ones such as a Chamber of Commerce, networking is paramount to growing your business. But it’s not enough to just network within a small group. A successful networking business owner gives back as much as he receives by helping other businesses, doing volunteer work, being a role model, and even by providing leads.
Have you heard the story about Jason Kuller, owner of Signs By Tomorrow - Chesapeake? He and his wife, Lacy, opened their store in 2005. They attribute their success to their networking efforts. For them, it goes way beyond simply attending weekly networking events. They firmly believe that small business owners, who get involved in their communities by joining committees and holding leadership roles, will be successful in building professional relationships through business referrals. Here are some tips that have made Jason and Lacy successful: