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A Great Speech

Posted by on Mar 6, 2015 in News

Not to be outdone by his own self, hizzoner President Bob Kern, demonstrates the proper oration of the quarterly report upside down.

Paparazzi have been on the hunt for our Chapter president for some time now and finally caught him in the act.

Paparazzi have been on the hunt for some time and finally caught our Chapter president in the act.

While the content of his speech could not be recalled by any of those in attendance, no one could forget his magnificent delivery.

Come to Visitor’s Day and you too shall be rewarded with incredible photo ops just like this!

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BNI NYC Boat Cruise 2014

Posted by on Jul 21, 2014 in Dance Card, News

Some members of Chapter 30 and their friends got together for an amazing night on the Hudson and East Rivers of NYC. Members who went along for the boat ride around the city were Ed Muller, Mark Ehrhardt, Bob Kern and Anton Velarde. Also joining the cruise was Mark’s wife Liz and Bob’s friend Kim. All six attendees had a wonderful time.

Statue Of Liberty Cruise

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The Networking Connection

Posted by on Dec 20, 2012 in News

In a recent interview with Fox Business news, BNI Chairman Dr. Ivan Misner pointed out the important aspects of the networking relationship.

Effective networking is about developing relationships. when you have most of the people at an event trying to sell and virtually no one there to buy, you’re crazy if you think the odds are in your favor to “sell” at a networking event.

So why go? You go because networking is more about farming than it is about hunting. It’s about developing relationships with other business professionals. Sometimes you go to a networking event to increase your visibility, sometimes you go to establish further credibility with people you know, and sometimes you may even go to meet a long-time referral partner and do some business and move to profitability. In any case, the true master networkers know that networking events are about moving through the process and not about closing deals.

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