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Blurred lines: clients need to know what a real architect is


The BNI, through some of its other local members, has contacted me numerous times over the last couple of years, so I doubt it is 'tough' to get in at all. It is a private company which is funded by a membership fee. It may be a good idea for a new practice or small business to join - you can feel isolated if you have just become self employed - but I have found that, once you are established, the value to your business reduces. Many networking groups are often filled with representatives of charities, who are there to obtain promises of donations; or lawyers (for reasons I have yet to fathom); or financial advisors. I have never found a client at any of them, but have often enjoyed some good food and company.

Posted date

25 April, 2018

Posted time

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