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This Is How We Are Helping Small Businesses
Doing BIZ For Yourself
Doing Biz For Yourself host meetings in Oldham and Rochdale, encouraging businesses to keep it local. Come along to one of our meetings and see for yourself.
Benefits Of The DBFY Community
Meet like minded business people and entrepreneurs at our virtual networking meetings and expert webinars.
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DBFY has teamed up with local businesses to provide members with added value at exclusive rates, giving you both support and personal development opportunities
Members have 24hr access to a vibrant, private group to ask and give advise, build connections and find out about all the extra opportunities DBFY has to offer.
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WHAT OUR MEMBERS SAY...
DBFY have helped me a hell of a lot through bad times and good, the team behind it have done a fantastic job of keeping everyone going through this pandemic.
Well I for one have gained so many contacts in this group who I now class as friends.I have collaborated with 4 members recently, Dawn Torrington, Rachel Walker, Chris Stansfield and Loretta Douglas who have all got behind ‘my School initiative’ and have become sponsors of my business.
Running your own business can make you feel isolated as you’re in charge of your own ship so to speak, so for me, connecting with like minded business people about problems and successes is really valuable.
I have found the doing biz for yourself group invaluable since joining as an Exclusive member, it is always good to know that the group and it’s members are there 24hours a day for advice and a supportive discussion if needed, which is the best thing for a small business like myself, help from others in a similar situation. In addition to this i have generated sales internally and externally which is an added bonus.
Excellent – lots of support and advice a genuine community – people are prepared to show an interest in your business, and you reciprocate. Customers become friends and you recommend people in the group to those you meet elsewhere. Networking is work and you get out what you put in. I would recommend people take the opportunities offered. I feel like a leader in the group in that I attempt to replicate my own experience for members and guests. I try and offer friendship and support and if people need my services that is an additional benefit.