Connect and Grow
Networking Done Right
Networking in Diners (NiD) is a structured networking system of vetted business professionals, designed to make new connections, learn new ideas, generate introductions and build a team of trusted advisors for your business.
There are three components to NiD:
Coffee & Connections: our weekly members-only morning networking meetings.
Food for Thought: our monthly, open-invite member spotlight speaker series.
Casual Conversations: our informal monthly open-invite networking happy hours held at local venues after business hours.
This is Where We Meet
Professions We Seek
At NiD, you can “lock-in” your profession in one of our exclusive groups! Our vetted networking group of business professionals allow for only one seat per vertical. What does that mean? Once we fill a spot for your profession at one of our groups, that position is exclusive to that group so long as you keep your membership current. We find that the following ‘mix’ of professions make for a more productive network. If you see your profession listed, contact us today. We’re always expanding and growing our groups.
- Business Attorney
- Commercial Realtor
- Business Accountant
- Commercial Insurance
- Marketing Firms
- B2B Printing and Promotions
- Business Coach
- IT Business Support
- Commercial Banker
- Business Services (Logistics/ Import/Export)
- Financial Planners – Business Owners
- Business Recruiter
- Payroll Companies
- Market Research Firms
- Business Telecom/Infrastructure Firms
- Building Services:
The Breakfast Roll (Your Pitch)
We go around the table, with each member giving a 4-minute introduction.
Your 4-minute presentation should have 4 elements:
- Describe what you do – your business.
- Describe an ideal client for you.
- How do you help your clients? Tell us a story!
- Describe your best power partners, those that are your best referral businesses for you.
Who Do You Need to Meet?
Bring Home the Bacon (Your Business Challenge)
A member will outline an issue and the group will provide new, innovative ideas to solve the member’s issue.
- One participant raises a challenging issue that has been troubling them.
- The group asks questions to help clarify the issue.
- Each member of the group shares an experience that is similar or analogous to the problem to shed light on a possible solution.
- The person who raised the issue takes all the experiences offered into consideration when crafting a solution.