Welcome To The Ocean Beach Networking Group!
Welcome to our networking group, where professionals in the Ocean Beach neighborhood of San Diego come together to connect, share ideas, and grow their businesses. Our group is free to join and open to anyone looking to expand their professional network and opportunities.
We meet regularly to discuss a wide range of topics, from marketing and sales to networking strategies and personal development. Our meetings are a casual and supportive environment, where you can share your experiences and learn from others.
Whether you are a small business owner, freelancer, or simply looking to make new connections, our networking group is a great resource for you. We encourage you to come to our meetings, participate in the discussions, and take advantage of the opportunity to connect with like-minded professionals in the Ocean Beach community.
The OB Networking Group was created in 2014 by Chuck Hardwick. It went online with Zoom due to Covid-19 in 2020 but has now returned to in-person meetings. This Group is free and open to all. Let’s support other Obecians and San Diegans and improve our social lives as well!
The more people you meet thru the OB Networking Group and can help, the more help you can receive from referrals and other information to help your business grow and get your name out there as well.
This group is being promoted with Google My Business, Facebook Groups, LinkedIn, email ( MailChimp), Meetup.com, Instagram, and by word of mouth by the owner of Dancing Panda Marketing, Chuck Hardwick.
- What? Networking in Ocean Beach San Diego 92107
- Who? All are welcome!
- Why? To make new contacts and share information regarding what YOU do.
- Cost: None, This is a free event.
- When? Dates/Time/Locations vary, please use the Facebook page for specifics.
- Where? Various Restaurants in Ocean Beach CA 92107.
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