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Glasgow

Venue: Hotel du Vin, Glasgow
Fri, 16 Dec, 2016 6:57 am
Hotel du Vin, Glasgow
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Edinburgh

Venue: Malmaison, Edinburgh
Wed, 01 Feb, 2017 7:00 am
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Venue: Selmmuir Trout Fishery

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Fortunetwork Meetings are strictly by invitation only.
If you are interested in attending a meeting please contact us.

Welcome to Fortunetwork

One of the most effective and totally FREE Members only Business Clubs, attracting memberships from Aberdeen to Ayrshire, was founded in August 2008.

Interested? Own a business? Need a safe sounding board?

Call 07850 936 045 for information.

All business networking clubs are the same … aren’t they?
No! At Fortunetwork we don’t think so.

At Fortunetwork, we don’t have to cross-sell to each other and we’re not pressured into making referrals. Instead, our members’ businesses grow through collaboration, ideas, expertise and mutual support. It’s serious stuff, but we also have a lot of fun in the process.

Founded in 2008, its main aim is to provide a safe environment working with Business Owners. We all work collaboratively developing each other’s’ business expertise and exploring as well as supporting new business ventures. You will also of course develop new contacts from the Members in time.

We would like to invite you along to experience Fortunetwork for yourself. We believe you will be impressed with the level of mutual support, exchange of ideas and potential business opportunities that exist in this enthusiastic group.

What our Members have to say ...

“Working together with other Fortunetwork members gave me ideas for my business, possible opportunities and contacts you just don’t get anywhere else.”
John Ferguson, Dark Red

“I chose Fortunetwork above all other networks because I benefited so much from the genuine help and support I received from the members.”
Kathryn McBean, Cobalt Consultancy

It’s a fact of life that people are much more likely to do business with individuals or businesses that have been recommended to them.

At last a common sense pro-active Business Club that produces tangible and profitable results via ‘close collaboration!’

Fortunetwork organically creates opportunities for its members which may lead to the development of key relationships and possibly valuable “new” business with owners and decision makers from a wide range of market sectors.

Fortunetwork’s values are based on many aspects of business practice but in particular we highlight mutual respect and integrity.

Fortunetwork is committed to welcoming its members and visitors into a structured, mutually supportive environment where ethics are of paramount importance.

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News

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CEO Rod Jamieson makes connection with Overseas investor

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2016 Free Business Membership

After two visits as a guest of Fortunetwork, our members will, upon request from the visitors, vote on Membership applications. There will be no fee to become a member, just the right attitude and personality is required.
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CEO Rod Jamieson - 2012 will be booming marvellous!

Rod Jamieson CEO of Fortunetwork is confident that 2012 will be a fantastic year for Members businesses
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Contract Wins Boost G5 Growth Plans

Aberdeen-based IT firm, G5 Technologies Ltd has reported a strong finish to its financial year by securing £200,000 of new business last month September 2011
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Banks under fire over lending to small firms

Financial Institutions have been accused of trying to stifle new start-ups over funding applications – Extract from The Herald on 30th April 2011 ... ... ... ... ... ...
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The support of this networking group has been invaluable, assisting in my business with the planning and development of an exciting new venture - Neil Fraser