Business Analysis · Family Business

What are the best offline clubs for entrepreneurs?

Svyatoslav Dormidontov Web-developer

October 18th, 2016

I’ve been running a small family startup for some time now. So far we have been focused just on work and didn’t see that there is something more to it. We did some analysis recently and the things are pretty good but our growth rate is relatively small. Since I am not really educated in business and I don’t have time for that currently I would like to try to learn from other people experiences, to meet others who were like me etc. Could you share some of the best offline clubs for entrepreneurs in your opinion?
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Henry Daas Coach-Approach Strategic Advisor

October 18th, 2016

I was a member of EO, Entrepreneurs Organization (www.eonetwork.org) for many years. I found it extremely valuable and still participate in a forum group (going on 19 years) albeit none of the 9 of us are currently members of EO! I think that is a testament to the value of the group.

Robert Mendelson Time For A New Challenge at Seeking New Opportunity

October 19th, 2016

I second eo. Been a member for 7 years. Amazing resource of friends, business advisors and soft networking.