There are an estimated 28 million small business in the United States and every one of them needs some type of marketing plan. According to our research if a business just has the funds for one marketing effort, networking provides the greatest return on investment!
Additionally, by offering monthly meetings NIA groups tend to enjoy more owners as members than a group that meets weekly. That subset of the population is likely to grow in the coming years not decline! Research further shows that if a business owner receives a recommendation from a trusted source they have a 76% chance of earning that business. It is a great time to join the revolution in networking!
Not only do we have 28 million businesses in the States we also offer the only professionally run monthly networking groups. Business owners are more than ever looking for a return on every dollar and minute spent on their business. According to the "Golding Group in 2017" and "Beyond Niche" companies will find great success "Business success will come from further focusing on smaller, very specific audiences". Going extremely deep with customized messages and specialized platforms to a highly receptive and loyal audience will replace wide approach "shot gun" marketing. Based on community building, experiences and lifestyle over product specific messaging". The NIA franchise offer will do well in any economic condition as business recognize the need to "Build relationships that last a lifetime".
Why Our Franchise? Training and Support
What sets Network In Action apart from other networking groups is that most of our franchisees don't have a networking background. We want franchisees to be able to see the business from a member's perspective, and we don't want to be like other networking groups who may be long on experience but are weak on overall member experience. We want our meetings to be fun, fresh, fast paced and to always include action. We look for franchisees who share our values, and we have developed robust training and support to help them master how to start their networking group, and more importantly how to make a business out of it.