Greater Boston Business Networking Group

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 133 Hancock St North Quincy MA 02171  See map

The Greater Boston Business Network (GBBN), a business-growth networking group that was formed with the goal of promoting business growth through the exchange of ideas, leads, referrals, and information.

Over the past five years, the group has generated approximately $5 million in business for its members. The group’s approximately 25 members convene once a week to exchange referrals and ideas, work to solve their business challenges, and ultimately grow their businesses. Outside the general group meeting, members also regularly schedule one-on-one conversations over
coffee, lunch, etc. to talk about their goals, shared experiences, and often plan how they can work together on mutually beneficial business-building activities.

The group is limited to only one person from each professional specialty. The GBBN is always interested in meeting and speaking with prospective members.
Our meetings typically consist of show-and-tells, sharing of realworld case studies, educational presentations, and/or guest presenters. The latter half of the meeting is for individual meetings and sharing of leads or other information. The Greater Boston Business Network meets every Wednesday at 7:00 a.m., currently at Realty
Direct at 133 Hancock Street in North Quincy, MA. The group also meets once a quarter at Abby
Park in Milton for membership-drive events and special presentations. 

If you are interested in joining GBBN, or wish to recommend someone who might be a good fit
for the group, please visit our website at http://www.greaterbostonbusinessnetwork.com or email
Patrick O'Donnell at p.odonnell@realtydirect.com


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