BNI is an international networking organization which will help you build business-
Coffee News® publishers.
Joining a BNI chapter will help you grow your Coffee News® business faster than any other networking organization, including the Chamber of Commerce and Rotary Clubs. Founder and Chairman of BNI, Dr. Ivan Misner recognized the large number of Coffee News® publishers who were involved in his BNI chapters and approached us in the year 2000 to become a Strategic Alliance Partner with BNI. We gladly accepted.
“BNI and Coffee News® agreed to formalize their long-
To learn more about how to find a local BNI chapter in your area, and to become a member, go to www.bni.com. This relationship is one where you will be welcomed and encouraged by local BNI Executive Directors to join a local chapter.
The International Franchise Association is the world’s oldest and largest organization representing franchising worldwide. Celebrating 50 years of excellence, education and advocacy, IFA’s mission is to protect, enhance and promote franchising through government relations, public relations and educational programs.
Coffee News® is an active member in good standing and is involved in IFA committees and conventions every year.
For more information about the IFA and how to become a member, click here.
New England Franchise Association (NEFA)
The mission of NEFA is to bring franchise executives, franchisees, and vendors together to share ideas and best practices for success.
NEFA offers many opportunities to reach New England franchise professionals by hosting informative speakers, sharing best practices, and providing important networking opportunities to its members and visitors.
Coffee News® is an active member of the New England Franchise Association. For more information about NEFA and how to become a member, click here.
As tens of thousands of service men and women return from deployment in Afghanistan and Southwest Asia, expanded opportunities are needed to ensure that veterans and their families can better transition into the civilian economy.
With its rapid training opportunities, scalability, and need for operational execution and excellence, franchising provides an ideal career path to enable returning veterans to become leaders of and productive participants in the U.S. economy.
VetFran was born out of the desire of the late Don Dwyer, Sr. – founder of The Dwyer
Group, to say “Thank You” to our veterans returning from the first Gulf War. After
the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, the IFA re-