Are you ready to take your business to the next level? Strategic Alliance Network is here to help!
We are a professional business networking group focusing on educating and connecting like-minded business owners locally and nationally. With our core values of Community, Collaboration, and Connection, we are dedicated to supporting and helping our members succeed.
And as a not-for-profit organization, all funds raised go back into running the network and supporting our community. Plus, all our weekly business networking events are free for members – it’s just one of the many perks of joining us.
But that’s not all. We are proud to sponsor the Strategic Alliance Network Small Business Award in this year’s 7NEWS Young Achiever Awards. This award celebrates the hard work and dedication of young business owners who make essential economic and social contributions to their communities.
Take advantage of this opportunity to connect, collaborate, and succeed with Strategic Alliance Network. Join us today, and let’s work together to achieve your business goals.
As most business owners know, it’s can be challenging to grow a business all by yourself. As much as we want to, we just can’t do it all. To really achieve the kind of success you deserve, you need to build strong strategic alliances and partnerships, so you can concentrate on what you’re good at and really succeed.
Hi, I’m Vanessa-Lee Dollar.
And I’m David Harris. And we are the co-founders of the Strategic Alliance Network.
We are a not-for-profit, community-based organization, and our aim is to support business leaders like you, through communication, collaboration and inspiration.
What does that mean?
By attending our regular business network meetings and quarterly events, our members have access to education, be able to share inspiring ideas and experiences with their peers, and most importantly, have great opportunities to build long-lasting relationships and strategic alliances with other business owners.
This helps our members grow their businesses and you can do the same.
We are both really excited, and we look forward to you joining us so you can start thriving as a member of the Strategic Alliance Network.
The Strategic Alliance Network is a not-for-profit business networking group. all the profits from the organization go directly to supporting members and helping all the businesses succeed.
Our mission is to help business owners build a strong network so all the businesses can prosper together.
WHAT WE STAND FOR
The mission of the Strategic Alliance Network is to help Business Leaders grow their Businesses through communication, collaboration, and inspiration that enables them to develop strong strategic alliances with other Business Leaders.
Create a successful network and community of passionate business owners.
Be a part of a group that has a spirit of community at heart. Create change and give back to the community in which we live.
Work together to ensure personal and business success, through giving business connections, sharing knowledge and supporting each other to grow.
Show appreciation, be accountable and act with integrity to build strong meaningful relationships to bring new opportunities, abundance and happiness to your life.
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