Milestone mark reached by Chorley business group

BNI Endeavour Chris Astley and Ian Moore
BNI Endeavour Chris Astley and Ian Moore
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A Chorley-based business group is celebrating after signing its fortieth member – a recognised milestone for BNI groups globally.

BNI Endeavour is part of the world’s biggest referral organisation, Business Network International, and meets for breakfast every Tuesday at Dante’s Halfway House, Preston Road, Clayton-le-Woods.

Ian Moore, managing director of Tyme Online is the newest to join the group.

Based in Darwen, Lancashire, Tyme helps companies maximise their online sales through major retail platforms such as EBay and Amazon.

Launched in late 2015, the company already has several multi-million pound clients based around the UK, and has joined BNI to help increase its business further.

Established over 30 years ago, BNI now has over 200,000 members in over 70 countries worldwide.

It works by organising weekly networking meetings for groups of businesses, who use their own network of contacts to find business opportunities for one another.

Tyme Online managing director Ian Moore said: “These are exciting times for Tyme. We offer proven solutions to help companies maximise their online sales and we already have some significant clients that have come to us by referral alone, so we know the power of referral marketing.”

BNI Endeavour Chapter President Chris Astley, of Astley Electrical Systems, said: “In the last six months, our group has generated a fully measured £1,022,259 of business.”