- Strong, long lasting relationships and networking are a foundation of any successful business.
- BNI is making positive impact on business communities all around the world and particularly in Africa.
- Its the world’s largest referral networking organisation with over 470,000 members in more than 200 countries.
Ugandan entrepreneurs have been advised to build meaningful relationships in order to successfully grow their businesses.
Speaking during the 2nd Business Network International-BNI East Africa convention at Speke Resort Munyonyo, Murali Srinivasan the chief speaker the BNI Global master trainer from India, noted that strong, long lasting relationships and networking are a foundation of any successful business.
The convention held under the theme “Referrals for Life” offered a a unique opportunity for BNI members to network and learn new skills from international participants to grow their business.
Mr. Srinivasan told participants at the conference to take up educational opportunities in their field to stay current and remain relevant in their business field. Lifelong learning, he said would equip entrepreneurs with skills to be even more successful.
Additionally , entrepreneurs were advised to be well organised and planning their time through building teams that they trust to support their businesses.
In a televised message, Dr. Ivan Misner the founder of BNI who was also key note speaker said BNI was making positive impact on business communities all around the world and particularly in Africa.
He revealed that in the past one year, BNI worldwide has generated US $ 22.6 billion in business for its members. According to Dr Misner, BNI is a beacon of hope in a sea of fear “helping change the way the world does business”.
Diana Ninsiima Kibuuka the National Director for BNI Uganda noted that BNI is about helping business grow through referrals and described the convention as a “Galore providing unrivaled networking opportunities for members”.
BNI is the world’s largest referral networking organisation with over 470,000 members in more than 200 countries.