£14m worth of business generated by BNI Scotland North despite pandemic

Angela Kinghorn, the Aberdeen-based executive director of BNI Scotland North

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A NETWORKING organisation has generated £14m worth of business for its members in the past year.

Despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, BNI Scotland North, which has 15 groups including five in Aberdeen, shared 14,155 business referrals in 2020 that were worth £13,937,838.

BNI Scotland North has more than 350 members with a further two groups in the Highlands and Islands and additional groups for the Dundee, Elgin, Peterhead, Inverurie, Stonehaven, Montrose, Perth, and Dunfermline areas.

It is owned by Aberdeen-based Angela Kinghorn and her husband Bryan, who are both executive directors.

Angela said: “We are delighted with the figures for 2020 when you consider the challenges of the pandemic.

“This is an exceptional effort from BNI members across the North of Scotland and one that gives us an optimistic outlook for 2021.”




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