Building new business relationships & playing more golf
Business networking. When we can properly get back to it, there is no better way to get to know what someone is like than spending four hours wandering (or zig-zagging) the golf course, talking about anything and everything.
Add to that a bacon roll & cup of tea then having the opportunity to tell 20 or so like-minded Business owners how you help your clients – with all of them asking themselves ‘who do I know that would need that service’. The amount of direct and indirect leads passed over is both inspiring and commendable – we’re all in this together.
I cannot recommend “Fore” Business enough for being everything a networking community should be. Only business owners who want to grow both their business and network can attend, so if that’s you, it could be a great opportunity.
Golf wise, handicaps range from single figures to high 20s, men and women attend and although there are usually prizes for various categories, no one takes the scoring too seriously as sometimes it’s just nice to be out the office once or twice a month!
100+ groups in the UK, 1600+ Business owner members
With over 100 groups in the UK, 1600+ members and groups being added weekly around the globe, there is no shortage of business owners playing golf and networking. View the 100+ groups here to see where your closest golf networking group is.
The Facebook “Fore” Business Community is very alive and anyone with something to offer, or in need of a service, can find what they’re looking for there.
Pricing starts at £69 per month, more details about guest passes here.
If you fancy a game in or around Swindon, then let me know and I can book you in for free (rather than £59 for the guest pass) then email me (Martin Dugan) directly at: [email protected] If you are further afield, I can still book you in for free so let me know a time and a date of the course you want to play and I’ll sort the rest.
The amount of business gained, the support given, and the laughs had, it is a #nobrainer to at least give it a go.
Intro video for Fore Business.