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International Networking Week demonstrates 1 million thank you’s to entrepreneurs across the globe

Each year, small business and entrepreneurs all over the globe come together to celebrate the power of networking and the impact that it has had on their growth as business professionals.

During the first week in February, we invite all SME’s  to take part in the 13th annual International Networking Week®.

With this initiative, which grows bigger and bigger each year, we have an opportunity to reflect on and thank those who have helped us throughout our journey. Recognizing these individuals with a simple thank you is one of the most effective ways to strengthen your relationships with them.

Recognition is proven to have one of the largest effects on trust. Especially when it’s tangible, unexpected, personal, and public.

During this year’s International Networking Week in Cape Town, an event is being hosted at Lagoon Beach Hotel on Friday 7 February 2020 from 10am to 12pm.  Our feature speakers are Premier Alan Winde and founder of the #imstaying Facebook group, Jarette Petzer.

Organiser, Claudia Lowry of BNI Cape Town says: “this is an event of a whole new magnitude. Imagine networking and sharing positive, inspiring stories with 100+ like-minded business professionals in an environment conducive to doing better business”

  • This event is open to the public, you can purchase your tickets @ R325pp at Don’t delay! Space is limited.
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