BNI Elevate is a networking community organized to help our members make more money through structured collaboration and referrals. Recently, we had a member open their seat because they weren’t happy with the money they made here at Elevate. They were hoping that they could show up to our weekly meeting, and that the money
We've passed over $40M 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!
IN OUR MEMBER’S WORDS
Looking to Grow Your Business?
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:
- Business & Other Services
- Health & Wellness
- Marketing Related
- Real Estate Related
- Wedding and Events
- Construction Related
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