Mesa Networking Groups
Mesa Networking Groups
As personal injury attorneys in Mesa, we understand how important it is to have a community of professionals you can rely on when a need comes up for one of your clients. Due to the great resources in Mesa for business networking we’ve been able to create a team that consists of medical and legal experts that will take care of our clients during the process of handling cases. There are different events and opportunities that can sometimes be frustrating to research so to ensure you find a team that you connect with, we have put together several different options of finding the right networking group for you.
Chamber of Commerce is a great resource to follow up with. There are a couple different ways to get involved; weekly meet ups and/or monthly meet ups. The weekly lead groups include: Superstition Region, Downtown, Gateway, Falcon, Fiesta, and Riverview. These regions allow you to find something close, or travel a little further for the right group. They host events and opportunities and always keep their members informed of what will be up and coming. Chamber of Commerce is membership based and they promote only members within their communities. The prices vary by number of employees that are specifically working in the Mesa area. This means if you have a business that you want to promote and have multiple locations, it will only count for the employees who work in Mesa. All employees of your business will be members and anyone can attend the meet ups. This allows a very close relationship within the business you have, or if you need a referral to something else.
Another option is BNI Arizona. BNI is similar to Chambers but a little closer quarters. The meetings are referred to as chapters and you will want to first visit a chapter in your area before you decide to join. This allows you to get a feel for the groups, to ensure it’s a good fit for you, and to also make sure you can commit. Attendance is very important for these meets up. It doesn’t have to be the main owner or manager of a business, but it’s vital you choose a primary representative to attend. In the event this primary member is unable to attend, someone must replace you to avoid an absence. BNI is membership based, yearly costs and meet weekly. It’s a great opportunity to build a strong foundation within the community you reside and grow relationships with other businesses. The sole purpose is to refer business member to member and tracked monthly are chapter goals. When you visit a chapter, and you get a good feeling, the next step will be to submit an application and get approved. It is a direct focus to help each other grow and all support each other in this.
Networking Phoenix is available through memberships at either a monthly or yearly cost. The yearly membership discounts the money costs and can overall be a cheaper route to go. WIth this you are able to attend events that are hosted by these members but also other networking groups event such as; Chambers of Commerce. If there is a certain amount of tickets to the event and it becomes sold out, there are waiting lists that you can be placed on. You receive leads, which are for what you’re looking for real face to face and also things that are offered online. This program is also set up to make attending events much easier for you. They have created what is called, a networking buddy, and set you up with someone who may be a match to attend events with you. Having a painless experience or some comfort in these news place can really allow you to put yourself out there and become successful in your business endeavors or in seeking out other businesses. There is a blog spot available on the website when you want to see what other groups and individuals are talking about or when maybe you want to put blogs out about what you have to offer in between attending the groups and events.
Staying Active In The Community
Meet up is a great opportunity for a little more relaxed version of networking groups. Unlike Chambers and BNI, strict attendance is not required. Meet up does not require a membership monthly or yearly charge to join. However, each meet up that is created may have different requirements within that group, but you can also create your own meet up specifically catering to what you want and who you want to connect with. It doesn’t have to be strictly promoting your business, but meeting others who are like minded and you want to connect with.
Eventbrite is similar to Meet Up in that you can create or attend meet ups. The pricing is based on the events; some are free and some will have fees. Eventbrite offers a secure payment center through the website that you can have your attendees pay online prior to the event. This is great if you’re new in town, want to reach out with who is new in town, or build upon the communities that are already in place.This can be for business or pleasure and gives you some flexibility in what you can handle and be a part of.
Whether you are looking for a commitment and very focused groups to attend or something a little more relaxed, one of these is going to be the right fit for you. It’s important to be open, honest, and professional to get the most out of these experiences. The community is there for you to tap into, and waiting for you to share what you have to offer. Having a foundation of experience and referrals is pivotal for success.