New group set to bring �250,000 to Exmouth in one year
EXMOUTH’S traders are being urged to join a group who say they are bringing nearly �10,000 of new businesses to the town every month.
BNI Exmouth, who have 18 members, meet every Wednesday morning at the Royal Beacon Hotel and expect to bring �250,000 worth of businesses to Exmouth in a full year.
Exmouth-based online travel agent Gilly Markham, said: “Since joining I have made many new contacts and received roughly �50,000 of business. The group is getting stronger each week.”
Stephen Marlow, of Marlow Accountants, has been a member from the start and said: “It takes time for such a group to gel, but once it happens then business evolves. This is business that you would not normally hear of. We have gained many new clients and the contacts locally and further afield are invaluable.”
Membership is now open to every type of business, although to avoid internal competition, there only of each type of business is allowed.
You may also want to watch:
Mike Elleston of the group said: “To get up every Wednesday and go to a breakfast meeting when it’s hardly daylight takes some stamina.
“This is what happens every week with 18 business people in Exmouth and it is paying dividends.
- 1 Judges and lawyers pay tribute to 'simply the best' Anna
- 2 Man left with serious injures after crash on Woodbury Common
- 3 Drink spiking crackdown after needle attack - Devon Police
- 4 Tributes to man who saw town's marina through transition
- 5 Budleigh up to third with thrilling win
- 6 Appeal goes out to patients as Devon's health service buckle under pressure
- 7 Friends remember Alison as cancer support fund grows to £40,000
- 8 '9 to 5' smash hit musical about to come your way
- 9 Lifeboat crew plan bumper fireworks display fundraiser
- 10 Tributes flow for man who helped reshape city
“It is clear that as the members increase so does the business. It would be great to have more Exmouth businesses join the meeting and enjoy an excellent breakfast.”
The meetings start at 7am and for more information contact Vic on: (01395) 276052 or email firstname.lastname@example.org