Business breakfast networking events are an excellent way to build business relationships. This is an event where small business owners gather with influencers in their industry for a breakfast networking event, followed by a full day of business development.
During this even, small business owners come together with influencers in their industry for a breakfast networking event, followed by a full day of business development.
A few years ago, I was invited to attend the third annual Houston Business Breakfast Networking Event. The invitation was misleadsingly vague, so I assumed this was a marketing event, or a networking event, or an event for the women in the audience, or something like that. I arrived at the event and was amazed when I saw the name of the organization on the placard: Business Breakfast Networking Event: Baylor Solution Center. I was a little disappointed until I realized that the Baylor Solution Center is the company’s business development arm.
I’ve attended a dozen of these events now. Some were excellent, others were not. But most of them were worth attending, because of the amount of business development that was generated.
I’ve also attended other networking events that were organized by organizations that don’t operate as solution centers. These events are organized by business groups and association, and they’re great for building relationships with other business owners. Most of the time, the organizers of these events don’t operate as solution centers, and instead focus on building relationships with other business owners. This is an excellent way to build business relationships.
The event I attended was one of the best I’ve been to. It was held at the Baylor Solution Center, which is a company that provides business consulting and training to small businesses. The event was organized by the Baylor Solution Center’s business development arm, which is called the Baylor Solution Center. The program for the event included a networking lunch followed by a keynote speech and then a networking reception.
I had the opportunity to meet with several of the Solution Center’s experts in a large group setting. The speakers included David Delahunty, Doug Hazelwood and Chris Moran. The speakers were informative, entertaining and had great advice for us.
What I loved about the event was that it was business development focused, but it also honored customers. The customer service representatives that attended were very attentive to each guest, and the event organizers were prompt in their responses. Things like this make me feel really good about finding a good match with people.
We’ve come out of the gate strong with this event,” said Kevin Meier, director of business development for the Baylor Solution Center. “We’re expecting multiple meetings after the event because people really are interested in connecting. They share information so that they can learn more about one another and possibly partner with each other.