Business Network International helps members to grow their business
Over 90 per cent of startups and many business enterprises including from small and medium enterprises failing to scale up in India, particularly from tierII and III cities, due to lack of exposure to right clients and fail to make network to grow in the market
Visakhapatnam: Over 90 per cent of start-ups and many business enterprises including from small and medium enterprises failing to scale up in India, particularly from tier-II and III cities, due to lack of exposure to right clients and fail to make network to grow in the market.
In a revert to this challenge, Business Network International (BNI) which has presence in 73 counties with over 2.4 lakh members, has opened its chapter in Vizag and has completed five years here on Sunday and conducted a regional award distribution programme DIJAK-2018.
Speaking on the occasion, Mahesh Srinivasan, Global Market president of BNI, said that they are on a mission to help members increase their business through a structured, positive and professional referral marketing programme that enables them to develop long-term, meaningful relationships with quality business professionals. We not only connect the member to the clients but mentor them too, he added.
“In India, BNI is present in 70 cities with over 25,000 members. BNI members, form chapters with each member representing a unique category, meet weekly and exchange quality referrals between each other. All BNI members of a chapter help each other in improving each other’s business. We are covering even small cities and towns now and promoting ‘Make in India’ agenda,” said Srinivasan.