Visitor Mornings

Our next Guest day is Thursday 28th January 2016, but if you can’t wait that long contact us to arrange a visit

The start time for all dates 6:45 am at the Lymm Hotel and a full breakfast is provided. A wide range of visitors are expected and YOU are welcome to attend to meet many like minded business colleagues and to find out how BNI can help grow your business. Providing your business / profession is not in competition with any of the existing members you will be given the opportunity to speak for 60 seconds about your own business.

Contact us to confirm your place.

Be Part of the Crowd

Author:Dan Pala

New Home for the Million Pound Business Networkers

BNI Focus in a Hallmark Move

A group of local business people who have met at the Lymm Hotel every Thursday morning for 9 years are moving to the Hallmark Warrington Hotel; the Fir Grove Hotel on Knutsford Road from 22nd March 2018.

The move up the road from Lymm, coincides with the upcoming plans to close the Macdonald Lymm Hotel.

BNI Focus have for the last 4 years passed between members over £1 million pounds of business per year and they are looking to grow further in their new location.

Businesses represented within the group include professional and financial services, creative and marketing, IT and software, administration and business support, health and wellbeing, travel and building and electrical services.

The BNI Focus networking group is part of the worldwide networking organisation BNI which follows the same tried, tested and proven meeting structure. Business people meet weekly to build working relationships and help each other to find new business opportunities. Regional training courses, conferences and online portals are available for members to network further with and develop their professional training.

BNI Focus meet from 6.45-8.30am every Thursday morning. For further information contact us here or to arrange a visit call Helen on 0790 3727750 or email

“In Business It Can Be A Lonely Place” – My Experience of BNI Focus Lymm

Suzette Pulman sits on the Osteopath seat at BNI Focus Lymm and shares her reasons why she joined BNI and her experiences from being a member.


I went to BNI Focus networking group no knowing what to expect. The group was very friendly and welcoming. the meeting was structured and it was interesting to learn about all of the other categories of business in the room.  The ethos of the group is reciprocity.

Developing an App

James Brooksbank from Antikythera Systems Limited, who sits on our Software Systems seat at BNI Focus Lymm shares his advice for everyone considering developing an app for their business.

So, you have thought about developing an app, be it for a new idea or to support your business in some way. So you need to talk to a techie person, someone to develop your app, but where do you start.

Purchasing a car is easy, you know that you need a car, it needs four wheels, a steering wheel and some sort of propulsion mechanism that gives you a really good platform to start from. If you know nothing about developing an app, you may just have the idea of an app, but that is just the beginning.

Here are 3 quick tips to get you going and to help make some things clear when you are talking to a developer to produce your app.

Why I Rejoined BNI for a Second Year

I was initially reluctant to join the BNI as I have never been fond of networking groups. In the past, I’ve found them to be a little uncomfortable.


I felt that many of the people I would meet were not the ‘buyer’ themselves for their own company and were simply looking to generate sales.