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San Diego Business Connectors

I’ve been a member of many network groups for obvious reason—it’s important to connect with others in our community and each group offers unique opportunities for business owners. This month I am sending my kudos to Carmenza David, founder of San Diego Business Connectors (SDBC). She’s back by popular demand and her passion to connect San Diego is unparalleled. I affectionately refer to Carmenza as a Brazilian fireball. Not only is she authentic, energetic and spontaneous, she really knows how to make a network meeting fun.

         Networking is all about building relationships. Carmenza helps provide an easygoing, friendly atmosphere that makes those connections happen with ease. SDBC has the added benefits of quality speakers and extra venues in addition to the group’s popular breakfast meeting. This allows for more connections and opens up the calendar for busy professionals. More importantly, I see hearts and minds open up and friendships and relationships and referrals grow organically. Come try it out for a relaxed enjoyable gathering of local business professionals.

For more information, call 760-452-0957 or visit SanDiegoBC.com or Facebook.com/sandiegobusinessconnectors.

 

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