Your Business

Your Referrals

Your Resources

Your Collaboration

We've passed over $36M in referral business with $10.2M in the last year.

Elevate is Manhattan’s premier networking community organized to help our members make more money through structured collaboration and referrals. With more than 70 members, we made over $10.2M in referred business within our membership in the last year.

The top benefits of being a member include:

  • Belonging to a community of growth oriented professionals
  • Meeting thousands of new people every year
  • Improving your public speaking skills
  • Improving your sales and business skills
  • Getting a share in our $10.2M pie!

FEATURED MEMBERS

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IN OUR MEMBER’S WORDS

Last year, we traded over $10.2M in business within our organization. Since Elevate’s policy is to only have one person per profession, once a profession is occupied, their competition is locked out, and that member gets the contacts and referrals in their area. 

We have openings in the following industries and professions:

  • Attorneys
  • Business & Other Services
  • Health & Wellness
  • Marketing Related
  • Real Estate Related 
  • Wedding and Events
  • Construction Related

If you’re thinking of visiting, you’ll be in good company. Please fill out the form below or email info@whyelevate.nyc, and indicate your full name, profession, website URL (if any).

LATEST NEWS

News
Conrad Strabone

Make More Money by Expressing Gratitude

This week, I would like to ask: Did you ever want to thank a fellow member for giving you an awesome referral? Well, there’s a right way to do it and a wrong way to do it. And the right way will allow you to get more referrals just like the one you just received.

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News
Corey Anker

Walking the Work/Life “Imbalance Beam”

Show of hands, who in this room will be heading off to work at some point today after the meeting? Ok, got it. And of those who just raised your hands, who will also be engaged in some activity or responsibility in a non-working part of your life? Family, fitness, etc.? Great, thanks. So we’ve

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Corey Anker

Do the Math

Show of hands, how many people have been in their current line of work for at least two years? Keep your hands raised if it’s been five years. Seven years. Ten years. Ok, so there’s some variation but for the most part we’ve been at what we’ve been up to for a while. Do you

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