The Galway Business Club is seeking new members— anyone with a keen interest in business development. If you are interested in joining or even just gathering more information regarding the club, they will be hosting an open visitors meeting on Wednesday February 10 in Flannerys Hotel on the Dublin Road. The meeting is open to everyone and gives potential members an extraordinary oppertunity to network.
The club only has a limited number of places available for hopeful members. They are seeking people who are both self-employed and working in businesses that wish to improve their business skills.
Business referrals, networking and lead generation play a big part in business development.and this meeting is a great oppertunity for anyone who would like to advance theese essential business skills.
The club likes to go on the premise of ‘Givers Gain’ this is where the members of the club, on behalf of other members, seek referrals and new work connections by networking. The aim of the Galway Businesss Club is to to provide a way for small to medium sized businesses to promote their businesses and gain new clients through networking in a cost effective manner.
Caroline Clarke, Chairperson of Galway Business Club and Health and Safety Consultant at Clarke Consulting, says that at their weekly meetings they, “share information, pass referrals and develop strategic alliances.”
Although with such limited places the competition seems though, “Only one representative per profession is permitted to join so as to avoid any negative competition.”
They may be a business group but Clarke still says they can still get their work done in a calm manner without all the stresses, “The GBC works very well for its members with a relaxed gathering where serious business is done.”