More than £2.5 million in business was generated in 2013 by members of BforB (Business for Breakfast) in Staffordshire.
2013 was a major year of growth for the BforB referral marketing organisation and Staffordshire - where the national office is based - is the international organisation's most successful county.
A year end survey of income for 2013 revealed members gained around £2,510,000 of business - compared to just over £1 million in the previous 12 months.
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A Czech businessman visited Leek to see how Business for Breakfast's most successful referral marketing group generates record business referrals.
London membership growth in newly launched London Group is on target.
First Social Media Marketing UK Conference
Headz Up Business has organised the first conference dedicated to social media marketing for the West Midlands region.
Over 600 businesses are set to attend the Southampton Business Show next Thursday at The Ageas Bowl.
There is no better time to be your own boss with Global Entrepreneurship Week, 18-24th November 2013.
Through a series of events across the globe, this week is set to celebrate those going it alone in a tough economic climate with its own set of challenges. Events which offer advice and support to start ups, sole traders and business-led dynamic leaders.
And BforB Ladies is hosting one such event for the community across Staffordshire and beyond!
Local event with national ambitions - 22nd November 2013
Read all the news from #BforB in the Solent area over the last few months, including their Big Breakfast No3 - http://bit.ly/1cCp0pk
Strategic alliance with Sterling Integrity Business Shows lends impetus to the already rapid growth of Bristol based Working Breakfast Networks.
THE well-known Business for Breakfast networking franchise has changed hands in Bolton after five years.
Eric Henshaw bought the franchise in 2008 after leaving his role as managing director of The Bolton News and has made it an important part of local business life. Now, he and wife Lorraine are taking time out to travel "and have a simpler life," he said.
Taking over is Tony Hayes — already Regional Director for BforB around parts of Greater Manchester and an experienced networker.
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