Increase your Networking Success

19th August 2012

The Fruit Tree Business Growth Club is an organisation that helps business owners to succeed quicker and easier by connecting like minded business owners together to help each other and then providing a business coaching curriculum delivered by a large range of specialists.

Each meeting combines a relaxed and informal 'connect' session over a buffet meal, followed by a business coaching session and then finishes with a structured networking format aimed at getting the business you want coming to you. This weeks training session will focus on 'Increasing your Networking Success' and will be delivered by Brian Butcher, founder of The Fruit Tree. This session will help you to- 1) Increase your understanding of what networking is (and what it isnt) 2) Improve your confidence when networking 3) Understand the 'relationship ladder' and the attitude required to develop business relationships that yield results and put pounds in your pocket. 4) Improve your business communication so people understand EXACTLY how they can help you, once relationships are developed. Interested parties should contact enquiries@thefruittree.co.uk to request a place. Cost of the meeting is £15 for non members.

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