Register Now: CEO Graham Weihmiller Kicks Off BNI’s New Webinar Series

Submitted by Eden Creamer, Global Marketing Coordinator, BNI Global Support Team

New in 2017, BNI Global plans to host a monthly webinar series featuring a different thought-leader or business expert each month to help us change the way the world does business.

To kick off the series on Tuesday, January 24, 2017, at 9 a.m. ET, BNI CEO Graham Weihmiller will share with us the 10 1/2 Ways to Make Your Business Really Successful in 2017. How can you make your team, your clients and yourself more productive and happier than ever in 2017? Graham will dive in, and show us 10 (and a half) ways that 2017 can, and should be your company’s best year ever.

Register now for our inaugural webinar by clicking here, or by visiting BNI.com on January 1, 2017. Do not put off registration, as space is limited to our first 1,000 registrants!

Looking Ahead

Our February webinar will feature Dr. Ivan Misner, speaking on the theme for International Networking Week 2017: The Simple Formula for Networking Follow-Up.

Registration information for the February webinar will follow in early 2017, and will be available in the updated BNI.com on January 1.

6 thoughts on “Register Now: CEO Graham Weihmiller Kicks Off BNI’s New Webinar Series

    • Hi Dina,
      Thanks for your comment. The link is within the article.
      “Register now for our inaugural webinar by clicking here, or by visiting BNI.com on January 1, 2017. Do not put off registration, as space is limited to our first 1,000 registrants!”
      We can’t hyperlink in our comment back to you 🙁 but definitely check out that sentence in the article.
      Thanks!
      BNI SuccessNet Team

    • Bruce,
      Yes it will be. If you register for the webinar, you will receive an email following it with access to the recording.
      EC

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