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Business networking group hosts open house | News, Sports, Jobs – The Daily Times

EVENT PLANNED
— Members of BNI Tri-State Referrals are preparing for Thursday’s open house event at the Best Western Plus Franciscan Inn and Suites.

STEUBENVILLE — In honor of its three-year anniversary, BNI TriState Referrals plans to host an open event for business professionals at the Best Western Plus Franciscan Square Inn and Suites in Steubenville.

The event, which is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. Thursday, is free and will provide attendees the opportunity to network with other professionals in the area while learning about the benefits of joining the local BNI chapter.

Throughout the luncheon, attendees will have the opportunity to meet other members of the local business community, exchange information and begin building new relationships, while practicing valuable networking skills.

Local BNI members have passed more than $380,000 in closed business since they have formed and are excited to expand the local chapter to cross regional borders. Members include: Best Western Plus, the Inn at Franciscan Square; Bella Lux Images; Cain Realty; Shine With Jamie; EM-Media; US Bank; WesBanco; Kline Electric Inc.; Comcast; McBane Insurance and Financial Services; Valley Hospice; Jarvis Law; UPS Store No. 6036; United Way of Jefferson County; State Farm; Brooke Heating and Air Conditioning; Proforma Innovative Services; Remodeling Solutions; and Edward Jones.

BNI is the world’s leading referral organization, with more than 245,000 members in more than 70 countries. Members generate word-of-mouth business for each other through structured, results-driven groups around the world. In 2018, members generated more than $15 billion in revenue for member businesses.


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