At BNI Hooton, we are part of the North West Chapter in the Business Network International – generally known as the BNI. We’re part of a huge worldwide network that focuses on business referral.
At BNI Hooton, we aim to give our members support to develop and grow their businesses by hosting events regularly. At these events, we facilitate valuable business referrals.
Our members are, through referrals at our networking meetings, securing business referrals worth thousands.
Businesses at BNI Hooton include bookkeepers, electricians, security systems suppliers, SEO providers, gardeners, web designers and plumbers, just to name a few.
If you’d like to be part of BNI Hooton, come along and join our Wednesday breakfast meeting. We meet every week and our members are asked to present a small snapshot of their business, including any news they have. Our members can also give information about the type of business they want to attract.
Every week, we also ask one business to give a 10-minute presentation to tell us about their services in more detail. In this way, we can help them to get more business by better understanding their needs.
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Engage Web SEO Services
British Google Adwords customers are to gain access to credit that is to be spent only on Adwords advertisements. The Adwords Business Credit card is reportedly a great success after being piloted in the United States. Google has now entered a partnership with Barclays to distribute cards to business clients in the UK.
Credit will be available for business customers for $200 to $100,000 – £125 to £62,000 – which customers can spend on their Adwords account every mon… more
Hardings – Residential Estate and Letting Agents
Homes and offices along the route of the new rail link from east to west London, Crossrail, may be worth an extra £5.5 billion from 2012 to 2021, says recent research.
A study carried out by property consultant firm GVA said the new link would help to encourage investment in housing and retail, as well as commercial activities.
The study established that the value of business premises around Crossrail stations in the middle of London are set to increase by 10% more in the next 1… more
A report, brought out by Yorkshire Building Society, has shed light on some of the ways in which first-time buyers are saving for a mortgage.
Over half of the possible first-time buyers surveyed had yet to apply for a mortgage, with 16% and 38% respectively concerned about credit history and the price of housing.
With most lenders asking for a deposit of £26,000, and with an average first-time buyer saving £248 each month, it is estimated that first-time buyers will spend… more