September 30th, 2014
Roundtable hosted by A Basket Case at A Basket Case
October 2nd, 2014
October 3rd, 2014
October 14th, 2014
Roundtable hosted by PCS at PCS
My business has always been about long-term relationships; driving relationships is a key component of our business strategy. Whether it's making a contact for the first time - or developing a relationship over a period of time, both are critical to our success. Business Clubs America affords us the opportunity to do both of those things- and do them in an environment conducive to effective relationship development with other top executives and entrepenuers.
Business Clubs America is a fantastic, fast growing and unique concept that provides its members with ample opportunity for us to build new realtionships and strengthen my current business relationships. Another element that we've enjoyed is the many opportunities for hospitality. Spending valuable time with my clients in a fun & unique setting has proven to be valuable over the past 3 years. Since joining the organization, I have had the opportunity to meet with great people who have not only become clients but friends as well.
Everything from the caliber of the speakers to the professional, committed staff and the facilitated introductions to other business leaders makes BCA an incredibly valuable and effective tool in our overall business plan. We look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship with not only BCA but its members in the years to come.
Thanks to the BCA staff and its committed members. We look forward to future events and the many professional/personal relationships that will develop moving forward.
Geoffrey Passehl, Wealth Management Specialist
Northwestern Mutual Financial Network
Business Clubs America (BCA) is a national business development organization that focuses on building relationships, increasing sales, and promoting member businesses within each locally managed market. Hosting multiple events both large and small, providing warm referrals, and facilitating face to face introductions differentiates BCA from other typical networking associations.