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We've passed over $46.5M in referral business with $10.1M 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 80 members, we made over $10.1M 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 $10.1M pie
IN OUR MEMBER’S WORDS
Looking to Grow Your Business?
Last year, we traded over $10.1M 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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