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BNI South East Melbourne Regional Networking Event
5 August, 2021 @ 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm35.00$
Event now starting at 4:30pm and finishing at 7pm.
No, tickets are available at the door. The event is only open to BNI members, sorry no visitors.
BNI’s mission is to help local professionals increase their influence and impact through a structured, positive, and professional environment which enables the development of long-term, meaningful relationships with quality business professionals.
BNI members, on average, increase their business by 20% the first year. Meeting weekly, maintaining ongoing professional relationships benefits businesses through all market cycles, as people continue to do business with – and refer people – that they know, like and trust.
Our annual South East Melbourne Regional Networking Event is a great way to meet face to face BNI members from other chapters. Please bring along your business cards and BNI name tag.
The evening will commence at 4.30 pm with a complimentary glass of red, white, sparkling wine, beer, or soft drink on arrival. Hot and cold Canapés will be served throughout the night.
Reflexion Melbourne will have on offer complimentary event photo’s bought to you by our Reflexion Roaming Photobooth, receive your photo via SMS which can be loaded to socials to show how great the BNI community is!
Frankston Arts Centre is located on the corner of Davey Street and Young Street, Frankston. The centre has ample parking available, ramps/lift for members who require assistance.
The Networking night will assist in broadening your business networking circle and help to cement relationships that make a difference.
Event proudly sponsored by Frankston Arts Centre.
The Frankston Arts Centre is one of the largest outer metropolitan arts venues in Australia, Frankston Arts Centre was designed by renowned Australian Architect, Daryl Jackson, and incorporates an 800 seat theatre, five exhibition gallery spaces, a function centre, a 200 seat black box theatre, and a creative arts hub.