Trusted Business Partners (TBP) is a networking group that builds long-lasting relationships by providing networking opportunities to generate qualified business leads for its members. The goal is to build relationships within each chapter and to support one another by networking together.
The TBP Canyon Lake chapter is seeking entrepreneurs, small business owners, and sales and marketing professionals to join its networking group. The group meets every Tuesday from 8 to 9 a.m. at the Canyon Lake County Club. The meeting is held virtually through Zoom on the 4th Tuesday of each month.
During each meeting, all members give a one-minute commercial about their business and one member gives a 10-minute presentation.
TBP has protocols in place to ensure its members help each other with referrals and lead generation. Only one person per profession is allowed in each chapter.
To attend a meeting, contact Steve Kurtz at 714-321-1523. For additional information about TBP, visit www.trustedbusinesspartners.org.
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