Peer Group Forums Focus
Peer Group Forums Focus brings together High-integrity CEO/COO/Presidents and senior executives every month for 2 hours to provide a space for mentorship, shared resources and the connections needed to support and develop themselves and their businesses – all without leaving their offices. Peer Groups are moving online. Peer Group Forums has developed a Web platform to handle this trend. Peer Group Forums wanted to address two issues:
What emerged is Peer Group Forums Focus, which opened to the public in February 2019 after a few months of testing. This service is, part social network, part library and part conferencing platform.
Technology Used for Peer Group Forums Focus
A Peer Group Forums Focus is meant to mimic the live peer-group experience of Peer Group Forums typical meeting, they are joined by a Peer Group Forums Chair/facilitator. The use of the most advanced technology is used for video conferencing, chatting and meeting notes. We use cloud-based collaboration tools designed for chat and direct messaging as well as the most updated software for meetings. The use of AI (Artificial Intelligence) technology makes meetings more productive. All meeting documents are at the group’s fingers.
Who does Peer Group Forums Focus appeal to?
Peer Group Forums Focus will appeal to a slightly different demographic that Peer Group Forums other groups. With an annual revenue threshold of $500,000 (instead of $1.5M) for members companies, its open to smaller players. It will also be designed to attract younger members.
Benefits of Joining Peer Group Forums Focus
The benefits of joining business networking groups include the chance to learn from experts, to be part of a support community of like-minded peers, to forge relationships. Today’s entrepreneurs or business owners spend much of their time interacting with clients, partners, employees and customers – not just locally or regionally – but globally – so are familiar with an online connectivity. Peer Group Forums Focus are not groups for generating sales leads, nor are they places where individuals can drop-in to gain advice on an immediate challenge. Instead, Peer Groups Forums Focus members meet regularly (every month for 2 hours) and are expected to discuss their business challenges as well as receive ideas from other members.
Who is a typical Peer Group Forums Focus member?
Groups can include top CEO/COO’, business executives, established entrepreneurs as well as struggling business owners and those just getting started in business. Groups are led by a facilitator (Peer Group Forums Chair) and use a structured discussion method for issue processing and ensure air time for all members/participants. Some groups include additional features such as noted speakers.
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