4NETWORKING LAUNCHES ‘NETWORK4FREE’ IN THE NORTH EAST
National business networking organisation, 4Networking, has this week launched a new ‘Network4Free’ scheme.
4N, which holds regular meetings in Durham, Darlington, Cramlington, Newcastle Airport and Newcastle Quayside, is offering 30 days’ free membership to members who bring a first-time visitor to a meeting, who then joins.
4N hopes that Network4Free will encourage people who have never heard of the organisation, or even tried networking before, to attend a meeting. It also incentivises members to be active in spreading the word; if they bring one visitor every month who then becomes a member, they will never have to pay for their membership again, making their involvement more cost-effective.
North East Regional Leader, Tom Lawrence, commented: “This is a very exciting change for 4Networking, and one which I hope will see more North East business people try 4N and see how it could benefit them. We always encourage members to bring visitors, but this gives an extra incentive, and also rewards them for doing so. This will completely change the way that 4N works and I’m thrilled to announce it to members in our region.”
4N, which calls itself ‘the social business network’, was founded by author and motivational speaker, Brad Burton. The organisation currently has thousands of members across the UK, forming more than 300 groups. Five of these are in the North East, which is fast expanding, with a new group having just launched in Cramlington and another in the pipeline. The newly-updated website, www.4networking.biz, also has 50,000 members participating in online networking.
‘Passport’ members can attend breakfast or evening meetings anywhere in the UK, as well as regularly attending their local group, giving many opportunities to make business connections nationally.
For more information, contact Alex Latham at Souter PR on 0191 597 5470, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Souter PR Newcastle .
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