WBII theme 2020 – Year of Growth

At the WBII’s last networking event of 2019, Erica van Engel closed her presentation – a taster of her masterclass on “Making it happen – set your strategy for 2020“, with the following quote: “there is no elevator to success – you have to take the stairs.” A fitting intro to the theme the WBII has established for its 2020 networking events: Growth.

The programme for our networking events have been designed with the intention of helping our community grow. Grow personally, professionally and, with & in your business.

We will provide you with stepping stones to growth this year. In November, we will invite members who have participated in 4 or more events to join a panel and share their experiences.

January – Roadmap To Confident & Consistent Visibility
February – our annual ‘lunch’ at Sushi Morikawa, no evening networking this month
March – What makes a winning sales person?
April – Wellness: a panel discussion with different experts to ensure you look after the CEO of your business
May – Customer Journeys’ – what do they look like for small businesses?
June – Copy-writing – developing the texts for your message
July – we take a summer break
August – Video content – what strategic considerations should you keep in mind
September – Help yourself, while helping others
October – Networking – creating your champions & spokespersons
November – Reflect-Share-Learn. At this, our last official evening networking event we will invite a panel of those who have attended the WBII’s 2020 networking events on ‘growth’ and ask them – through a moderated panel – which steps did you take?, what worked, what did not?
December – Celebrate. As has become our custom, we take the month of December to host a festive lunch where we celebrate the year which is closing and find inspiration from one another for the year ahead.

Be sure to subscribe to our newsletters or keep an eye on our website for updates on the following steps to growth.

Not yet a member? Did you know attendance at our monthly networking events are cheaper for members vs non-members? Find out more here.

Author: Deborah Valentine