*Meeting alert: In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and Maryland in a state of Emergency, we have chosen to keep our members safe until this situation has passed. Although we have cancelled our “physical” meetings for the next few weeks, HOWEVER, we are doing virtual meetings using the ZOOM platform! We’d love to have you visit us virtually during this time! Please register with us to let us know if you’d like to visit us and we will send you the Zoom link!
Come see what we’re all about! Our featured presentation Thursday will be Mel Keller, of VW Brown Insurance, 12:00-1:30! Visitors are welcome – if you’d like to visit and see what it’s all about!
BNI is a business and professional networking organization that offers members the opportunity to share ideas, contacts and, most importantly, qualified referrals.
Central BNI’s ongoing education programs help members build their business through “word of mouth.” With over 5,000 chapters worldwide (over 100 in Maryland & D.C.), BNI is the world’s largest networking organization!
Last year, members of BNI passed over three million referrals…
Our Chapter Our chapter, BNI Mid-County Connectors, was launched in April of 2007 and has been strong and steady every since. We are currently in search of the following professions to join us, but we are not limited to this list! If you are interested in visiting our chapter, please let us know – email us.
Looking For the Following Categories
We are also looking to grow our chapter, but our members have repeatedly mentioned they have business they’d love to refer to the following categories! Let us know if you fall under one of these and would like to visit our chapter and see what it’s all about…
About Our Chapter
Our Thursday Mid-County Connectors lunch chapter is a chapter with continuous growth! Our chapter is filled with enthusiasm and new growth almost every week! The vibe is a positive one and you will feel it when you come for a visit!
Our members and their organizations give of themselves to provide the highest level of quality possible!
All Members in the Thursday BNI Mid-County Connectors chapter carry great responsibility. Each member represents the group, so their service reflects all members!
As a result, each member strives to provide an exceptional level of professionalism.
I have been involved with BNI since I started my own business 3 years ago. I cannot think of a better way for someone to grow a business – not only for the referral opportunities, but for the relationships that are forged with other business owners and decision makers.
Andrew HochbergerConstructionA to Z Turnover Services
As a new member of BNI I have already realized a quick growth to my business and personal networking. It’s inspiring to be part of such a diverse team of professionals helping each other take our businesses to the next level.
I am new to BNI and joined the group in Feb/14/2020. I should say I am impressed of how organized it is. I like the structure it has and everyone has to do power one. It is like a receipe of a food or better example instructions of how to put things together. If you follow the instructions that is asking you to do, which is “everyone in the chapter do “Power One” every week”, there is no way you don’t get the results. Also, I like that there is only one profession in each chapter. This is very unique that you don’t see it in other networking groups I have visited. I really like my chapter as well and if I didn’t see how friendly and professional everyone is in our chapter, probably wouldn’t join the group so quickly after visiting it two times only.
I have recommended this networking group to a lot of people and visitors I have brought to group and most of them are very interested. I would recommend BNI to more people and ask them to join.
Romina MozaffarianReal Estate Agent, DC & VAColdwell Banker
I joined BNI in March 2019. It is the first formal networking organization I joined after visiting a couple of BNI chapters, a couple of Chamber of Commerce organizations and been to other networking events in the Montgomery County region. I chose BNI for their ‘serious’ approach in networking and growth. I also like the people in the chapter – they were all welcoming and very friendly. In my profession, Life & Health Insurance, I was told not to expect to get referrals and business for at least 6 months. However, I was able to return the investment within a few months. Not only that, but I also feel much more confident when networking so I continue to visit in other networking events. I recommend BNI to any person who like to develop and grow their business by referrals.
Diamond ChaflaweeLife & Disability Insurance AgentNew York Life