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We are a progressive and forward thinking business networking organisation that brings local businesses together each week for an hour of interactive networking.

I believe what we offer is one of a kind. Our main Point of Difference is, members get to talk for 5 minutes each in a table of up to six. This is where we get our name from. Members don’t come to pitch their businesses or just to hand out their business cards. We build strong relationships with like minded people. These people become walking ambassadors and this is where the magic happens, leads and referrals come naturally. We are a supportive environment and we focus on start ups and small to medium sized businesses who want to grow. Over time you become part of our business family.

We also promote each business online with the Elite6 Members Directory each member has the ability to post Blogs and Events. Again this is distinctive to Elite6. Each week we have groups meeting in Ferrymead, Selwyn, Sydenham, Addington, Papanui, New Brighton, Belfast and Rangiora.

Danny de Hek

Elite6 ‘Central‘ is our Think Tank meeting. It provides a central place at the end of the week where members from the other groups have the option to meet the larger Elite6 business family. It’s an open discussion group, a place for brainstorming and problem-solving, ideal for entrepreneurs, startups or jobseekers.

If you are interested in attending one of our Elite6 meetings, you are welcome to just rock on up to any of our Weekly Meetings throughout Canterbury. To get a One Month FREE Trial you can register now or on the day at signup.elite6.co.nz

Take it to a new level – Facilitation: Run and build your own Elite6 group. This is a fun and rewarding opportunity to develop a business community that can be run in conjunction with your primary business.

Priorities

By |Wednesday, 1 May 2019|Motivational|

Putting it off, putting it off, putting it off. Why is it we put off so many jobs until a deadline nears and then, miraculously, we get it done? It’s easy to do the easy thing first - so we do. But it’s the tasks that feel tricky, ambiguous or too big that often give us the greatest gain.

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