Entrepreneurs Lend a Friendly Ear
Meetings give business owners opportunity to sort out issues
01 January 2012
– Kasper Leschly, the Danish founder of the footwear brand D:Fuse, goes to a confidential forum in Beijing every second Tuesday of the month in Beijing. The four-hour meeting gives Leschly a chance to talk about problems he has encountered over the previous month.
"We have the same issues and frustrations. It's such a great help to improve your business," Leschly says.
He was introduced to the Entrepreneurs' Organization by a business partner who joined the group last July. He had also heard about a similar group in Mexico.
The Beijing group has 33 members whose annual sales total more than $900 million. The five EO chapters in China have 100 members, and EO has a global network of more than 8,000 business owners in 40 countries and regions.
Read more at [ChinaDaily.com].