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Have your heard about MTBN yet?Posted Thursday, December 17, 2009, at 6:15 PM
It was a great group at today's MTBN meeting. Recognize anyone?
The group is called the Middle Tennessee Business Network (MTBN) and I have been attending their Tullahoma meetings off and on and would have been in on the first one in Shelbyville, but business travel got in the way. I was in Chicago on their first meeting date, Oct. 8th.
Since that start, they have been growing each week and according to NakaiWaynick, their President, they expect to explode after the first of the year. From having formed groups before, I think they are already exploding. Part of that is from the individuals attending, but the value to a local business is phenomenal. I have seen it work in Tullahoma and already experienced business directly from the meetings.
Here is their statement from their website:
"We are a business and professional organization that helps you grow your business. Belonging to Middle Tennessee Business Network (MTBN) is like having dozens of sales people working for you". Go to this page and you can get contact and much more information. http://www.mtbn.org/
Names of those attending were not available at press time, (press time? this is a blog) Anyway, you can see the MTBN even attracts the young, up and coming business entrepreneurs in the community.
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