PRESS RELEASE – For Immediate Release
San Diego, June 2012
Green by Friday Networking is working to help small business owners increase income. As their buisness increases, they can hire new employees, and with that improve the economy.
- Economists agree that new jobs will go a long way toward fixing the economy.
- Small business people can only hire employees if their income improves.
- But with so many people out of work and the economy lagging, consumers are spending less.
It’s a vicious circle. But . . .By helping small business people get more clients, Barbara Loraine and her Green by Friday program is helping.
Loraine is launching a proprietary plan that includes merchant internet listings, lead-generation, networking that everyone can fit into their schedule, a proprietary process that Loraine calls “Bring It,” along with what she calls “Business Matchmaking.” The Green by Friday plan is designed to increase small business income – which is necessary before companies can make new hires.
Loraine is making it easier for her Green by Friday members to get new customers, be facilitating the personal referrals and connections that are still the best way to get new business,
- Members are listed on the website so they can see and be seen.
- At networking meetings – now held both actually and “virtually” – attendees share their 30-second commercial.
- Then, she encourages members to “BRING IT,” meaning, the referrals, contacts, opportunities for collaborating on projects and more that mean more business for other members.
- During the meeting, Loraine also provides “Business Matchmaking.”
“It’s the degree of commitment Loraine personally brings, and asks members to muster, that makes the difference. Loraine sees opportunities that others don’t. It’s really quite remarkable,” says Arthur Kaliel, owner of San Diego Itex Barter.
According to Loraine, “People who hope to get business for themselves can lose sight of what they can give. It’s hard for them to think about being helpful with others.”
“It’s the old ‘prime the pump’ story,” Loraine explains. “It’s scary to give when you don’t know if you’re going to get back in return. Trust, faith, and belief in the value of what you offer – and in other’s willingness to help you out in return – is required.”
“It’s a scary, but wonderful process,” says Paul-Dekker, founder of San Diego-based Green Star Standard.
With Green by Friday, Barbara Loraine helps people save money, be healthier, and be better for the environment. Now she’s helping people make more green. People frequently ask, why call it “Green by Friday?” Loraine answers with a question, “If you want to save money and the environment or make more money, when do you want to start? How about by Friday?
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Contact Loraine 858-231-3140, http://greenbyfriday.com, email@example.com