BNI starts GreenBIZ chapter in Sydney
BNI Sydney Inner West
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an increasing need for businesses to be more environmentally
responsible, BNI, the world’s largest business referral organisation,
is planning to establish Australia’s first Green Chapter in Sydney’s
An information meeting for people interested in
starting the new chapter will be held at Dolcissimo Ristorante, 96
Ramsay Street in Haberfield at 7:30am on Wednesday 27th January, 2010.
Benner, BNI’s Executive Director for Sydney Inner West said that the
new chapter, BNI GreenBiz, is ideal for businesses offering eco-friendly products and services for sustainable living.
BNI is a professional business networking organisation that allows only
one representative from each business or profession to join any of its
By establishing a green chapter, BNI will bring
together a wide range of business people who all have a common goal of
wanting to build their businesses whilst having a genuine concern for
“I have been quite surprised at the
increasing number of Australian businesses that have a concern for our
environment in their mission statements,” Tony Benner said.
companies like Westpac with their set of voluntary environmental and
social guidelines for ethical lending to the local suburban shop
selling rainwater tanks and eco-shower nozzles, everyone has the
opportunity to demonstrate that sustainability matters in our
Tony Benner said the the information meeting would
be an ideal opportunity to meet other environmentally responsible
business people who want to grow their businesses.
Anyone wishing to attend the GreenBiz meeting can contact BNI on (02) 9279 0261.
Further information available from Tony Benner, Executive Director, BNI Sydney Inner West, Tel (02) 9279 0261.
is a business and professional referral organisation whose primary
purpose is to exchange qualified business referrals and develop word of
mouth marketing techniques. It has become the world’s largest business
referral organisation of its kind. In Sydney’s Inner West, there are
chapters in Haberfield (2), Concord (2) and Burwood,
with new chapters being formed in North Strathfield and Bankstown.