Local networking group taking more members

March 10, 2012 by  

While many professionals are likely familiar with the networking events that take place at regular chamber events, Six Degrees Business Networking is not your average referral group.

Although most people are already aware of the fact that lead generation is one of the most important parts of being in business, finding a reliable networking group isn’t easy. For more than a few professionals, this set of circumstances has led to a seemingly endless cycle of hard selling and business card exchanging at each and every event. Six Degrees Business Networking meet-ups are different in that while business card printing may be needed, the emphasis is on building relationships and giving out qualified mutual referrals.

Meeting three times a month at the New York Pickle Deli Restaurant in the morning at 7:00 am, business owners from Rocky Hill and other communities nearby like Middletown come together with the express about ways that they can promote one another more effectively. Besides the advantage that comes with being able to bounce ideas off of other experienced professionals, group members can be secure in the fact that there’s no competition here since Six Degrees Business Networking appears to follow a one person per profession rule.

The good news for members of the local business community is the fact that Six Degrees is opening up a few more spots. With reviews describing this group with words like “dynamic” and “productive” among others, this is a regular networking opportunity that business owners and other professionals would do well to consider.