About Us

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The Bayside Business Network (BBN) is a membership based, not for profit network that has been successfully connecting businesses since 2003. Established with the support of a number of local businesses and the Bayside City Council, the BBN’s focus is to create opportunities for business to business connections via a calendar of events including Business Breakfasts, Luncheons and Networking Nights.

Over the years thousands of business owners, operators and their staff have enjoyed quality events and made important connections, not only for business purposes but also the creation of new and rewarding friendships.

The BBN offers an environment of supported networking where a new member can feel welcomed and comfortable in learning, making connections and developing a sense of belonging.  As you will see from our numerous testimonials, members value the comradeship, the establishing of important business relationships and guidance – particularly those fledging businesses seeking to establish themselves.

If you are looking for a network where you can connect with other businesses, grow your own business and feel like you belong to an extended family then the BBN is for you.

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Connect with other businesses

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Grow with other businesses

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Belong to an extended family

“What’s really great about the BBN is that by meeting your peers in your local community you get really good information about what’s going on in business.”

“As this is my first foray into private practice, establishing new contacts will be vital, and I’m already thrilled with the organisation of of the network.”

“As a small business you often work in isolation and it’s fabulous to talk to others who are sharing your experience. The BBN offers lots of opportunity to do this through their many events.”

“It gets me in touch with the decision makers of the company which come here (Business Breakfast) and it’s a good informal way of meeting them.”

“What’s really great about the BBN is that by meeting your peers in your local community you get really good information about what’s going on in business.”