Social Media

Who We Are

The BNI Eagles would love to meet you for breakfast and learn more about you and your business. We'll even pay for breakfast!

  • Bring Business cards (about 50), or other promotional materials.
  • Prepare a 60 second infomercial about your business including an example of who a good referral might be for you.
  • Make note of the location and address details so you know how to find us.
  • We encourage you to arrive at 6.50 a.m., so you will have time to network with members and other guests prior to the meeting


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Where We Are: Artisano


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Artisano Bakery Cafe Ltd
3145 Dundas Street West,
Mississauga, ON
(905) 607-1990
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Most Wanted

These are the professions we are
looking to join us:

  • Chiropracter
  • Dentist
  • Movers
  • Optometrist
  • Travel Agent
  • Photographer
  • Heating & AC
  • Massage Therapist (RMT)
  • Graphic Designer
  • Florist
  • Nautropath
  • Auto Mechanic
  • Auto Insurance
  • Printer

Latest Event

Social Media Seminar Photos

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Meet the New Members

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Bob Snelson
Registered Insurance Broker
Lloyd Pierre
Pierre's Photography
Professional Photographer
Rob Ientilucci
President
Social Media Marketing
Flowerpot Marketing Agency

An Educational Moment

Pay Attention

What can you do this week to show the people in your network that they have your undivided attention?

  • How about turning off your cell phone while you're in conversation with them?
  • Maintaining eye contact is a another great way to show full attention.
  • Active listening is also crucial in showing undivided attention.

In our weekly BNI meetings, we owe our undivided attention to each other – this means no phones, no tablets, no devices. Here’s why. Every week we expect our fellow members to look for referrals for us. The absolute least we can do is listen, and pay attention, when they are asking us for referrals in return. Not only is it the foundation of Givers Gain – it’s just plain old good manners (which we learned in elementary school).

“Pay attention!” You’ll be richer for it.