Former landlords at home with going it alone in property sector
key around and arranging access for several different visits.
Through lots of training and late nights we’ve managed to get to where we are now. a business. Networking groups we have joined have also been a massive help, while Andrew is a member of the Federation of Small Businesses. It is so important to get out and network. schedule is hectic, we have a rule that Sunday is a work-free family day. We usually go swimming and then out for a nice lunch, although our daughter always has the final say in what we do. We are also big film needs to be. Normally, it would be a takeaway at the weekend or a meal in a nice restaurant. We hope we can become the preferred contractor for several more leasing agents. to gain each other more business.
“We would now like to build on that, and our aim is grow our membership to 30-plus businesses which deliver high standards of workmanship and outstanding customer service that we can recommend to others.
“BNI Aberdeenshire has been a success for all of its members and it’s amazing that we’ve passed more than £1million of invoiced business in our first 12 months.
“It’s a fantastic support network for any business and that success has come by us working together and supporting one another.”
The group meets every Friday at the Porterhouse Restaurant, Thainstone Exchange, near Inverurie, to discuss business opportunities.
There are currently 14 chapters in BNI Aberdeen North, with more than 400 members. BNI has about 13,000 members in the UK and Ireland, and 220,000 more worldwide.