A business networking organization, Business Network International (BNI) Ghana has launched its second chapter in Accra.
The newly established chapter has facilitated 32 referrals within three weeks.
This feat according to the organization has resulted in generating over GHS560,000 in revenue for the chapter’s members, underscoring the tangible business advantages of BNI’s referral system.
The core philosophy of BNI is captured in the phrase ‘Givers Gain.’ This principle reflects the belief that actively contributing to the success of others’ businesses leads to reciprocal support.
This approach emphasizes the inherent value of fostering mutually beneficial relationships, without the need for kickbacks or percentage cuts, aligning with BNI’s commitment to ethical and collaborative business practices.
The inauguration featured Professor Robert Ebo Hinson, a keynote speaker and the newly appointed patron for BNI Ghana, attracting the participation of 24 esteemed members.
BNI’s inclusive approach extends an open invitation to local business leaders eager to harness the power of referrals as a primary marketing tool for expanding their businesses and cultivating a global network.
This emphasis on leveraging referrals for business growth and global networking underscores BNI’s commitment to providing a platform for professionals to build meaningful connections and drive sustainable business development.
The launch of BNI’s second chapter in Accra serves as evidence of the organization’s impact in catalyzing business growth and fostering collaborative partnerships among its members.