Have you heard the story about what happens when a fitness club owner and a handyman walk into an ABA meeting? They both make key networking connections that help them move their business forward – even in this unpredictable year. Find out how the ABA has helped the owners of Core 57 and A Minor Touch meet other business owners and share information about their companies.
Napoleon Foster, the owner of A Minor Touch, offers handyman services for small projects in homes and businesses. One of his key markets is North Fulton. He wanted to network with other business owners and potential clients in the area and joined the ABA.
“The ABA assisted my business by providing a format for professional networking,” he said. “This networking opportunity promoted the growth of my business. Most of my business comes as a result of being a member of the ABA.”
He advises other business owners to take advantage of ABA offerings. “Be involved and support ABA activities.”
Kolleen Losch owns Core 57, a fitness club with two locations in Alpharetta and Milton. The club offers group and personal training services as well as performance training and nutrition guidance. She joined the ABA to get connected to downtown Alpharetta businesses.
“We have volunteered at the Farmers Market and we have hosted an ABA Afterhours event virtually,” she said. “We enjoy networking with local businesses and getting to know people in our community.
Learn more about upcoming ABA networking opportunities and how to boost your connections with local companies.