The Rainbow Network.com was created to provide a comfortable atmosphere and to help mutually assist GLBT businesses and GLBT friendly businesses and professionals with today's challenges and to increase awareness of community issues in New England.
GLBT Professional Networking We help introduce you to professionals who are interested in developing referral sources. Our primary objective is to help network one-on-one or by group with other professionals in our local community. We also help organize local networking meeting groups so that our members have a regular place to meet with their referral sources.
The Rainbow Network.com includes a group of experienced professionals and business owners interested in expanding their businesses. Our core philosophy is based on relationship marketing. Our aim is to provide advice, support and help on all aspects of running your business through a diversified mix of members.
Need a Referral or Service? Join our group, attend meetings and use our website to request services and referals from other members of The Rainbow Network community. It’s our way of bringing our professionals together.
The Rainbow Network.com encourages our members to use each others services because people are far more likely to recommend services that they have used themselves.
Networking is not sales! Networking is creating relationships that can lead to sales. Our goals with your fellow networking partners is to help promote member businessess to the community as well as helping new businesses establish themselves in the area.
Join the Network! Join soon, check out our calendar of times and locations for our meetings and we encourage you to bring a friend.
Regular contact is the key to turning a casual contact into a long-term relationship and to promote yourself and your business.
Meetings are usually held at different businesses thoughout the area so that everyone may have exposure. You may always follow us on Facebook.com (The Rainbow Network) where we update our fan page so you may be aware of upcomming meetings.