BRIDGES Business Networking
- Expansion and
- No annual dues!
- Only one person per profession.
- No passing slips of paper.
- LOTS of business growing relationships.
- What Makes Us Different?
2015 End of Year Board Meeting
Our end of year board meeting will be on Wednesday, December 16th, 11:30 – at the Old Spaghetti Factory. (0715 SW Bancroft St. Portland, OR 97239 503-222-5375)
Club level board elections will have already taken place. This will be the first meeting for newly elected club board members.
A new executive board will be elected at this meeting.
All Bridges Members are welcome to attend Board Meetings! WE NEED YOU!! Perhaps you have an interest in participating at either the club or executive board level.
Membership Contest extended through 12/31/15!!
From now through December 31, 2015, the entire BRIDGES organization is participating in a membership drive contest. The club that brings in the most new members will receive $10.00 per new member (all of them – not just your local chapter), to be used at the discretion of the winning club.
Who can you invite?? What categories might compliment your own business? Do you know what a power group is? Here’s a chance to grow your BRIDGES chapter, your networking opportunities, and your own business!
Members of BRIDGES help one another while helping their own business by getting involved with active entrepreneurs in a non-competitive networking environment.
BRIDGES is a growing organization with three clubs currently located throughout the Portland Metro area. Join us today and watch your business grow!
The purpose for the attending a BRIDGES meeting is to expand your relationship with other business owners in the Portland Metro Area. We spend time getting to know the needs and wants of the ideal customers for the “other” members in the group. Armed with a clear understanding of all businesses represented in the group along with a strong relationship we are able to refer high quality leads.
Joining a business network is not a new business strategy, but where other groups pass slips of paper, we spend our time getting to know each other. As a result, our meetings are kept short and focused – this allows more time for one-on-one networking.