Danville Business Networking Meeting
Weekly Event - Every 2 weeks - Every Friday: 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This event requires registration: http://www.dundadasociety.com/events/danville-business-networking-meeting-2012-07-27/
Event Details: http://www.dundadasociety.com/events/danville-business-networking-meeting-2012-07-27/
Your goal is to attend networking events to build profitable relationships, pass & receive referrals, and seek support in developing your business.
We focus on building strong working relationships first, knowing those relationships will provide all the support, motivation and referrals we need.
During the meetings, we spend time sharing our business, and discussing how we can help each other grow. We split off into groups much like teams, figuring out how to work together and deliver better referrals. We’re here to support, encourage and help each other grow.
We are Dundada, We get things done … We dive right in, start building those relationships and pro-actively working towards building profitable relationships.
Co-owners Gordon Clarke and Tony Beville, opened the delightfully casual Tower Grille in June 2007. Right from the start it attracted a faithful crowd who enjoy lunches, dinner, evening cocktails and of course sports viewing. The restaurant features a varied menu a friendly atmosphere and a beautiful bar. Equipped with 10 TV’s (4 on the main wall) W/ every Sports Package needed for your sports viewing pleasure.
Dundada Society is a business development network that provides community, education, and leadership so local business owners can build profitable relationships. We host many Danville Business Networking Events, visit us online to learn how to build profitable relationships.
301 Hartz Ave
Dundada Society - Business Development Network
Dundada Society is a unique networking society that focuses on building business by relationship. We do this by teaching local professionals how to build a thriving business through lasting personal relationships