The State of Networking in the UK

Posted on: 16 July 2015

Networking can be a challenging yet rewarding experience for any business owner. Yet with over ¼ of small business owners generating the majority of their leads through networking it is an essential part of business. It can provide you with connections, ideas and opportunities to take your business to the next level. Whether your business is already well established, or a fresh new concept, developing your network can really boost brand awareness and help to accelerate your business growth.

Premierline recently conducted a survey in association with the BNI, one of the world’s most successful networking referral organisations, and asked business owners to share their networking experiences. Over 330 SMEs from across a range of sectors filled in the survey, we can now share the results with you along with some professional networking advice from Charlie Lawson, Co-National Director of the BNI.

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