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Welcome New Members!
 
April 2015
 
David Perez
Paul Wiener
David Gershwin
Ben Raffi
Zach Cohen
Sean Barnett
David Raffle
 
March 2015
 
 Maya Shulman
Barbara Schwartz
MItchell Sack
Hilla Bitton
Florence Silverstein
Bruce Fine
Sholeh Assil
Devi Reznik
Maya Mei-Tal
Daniel Hartz
David Adelstein

 
Welcome to JNET
 
JNET is the premier Professional Networking Organization within the Jewish community. As a member-based organization, JNET is committed to serving the needs of its increasing membership and to facilitating the growth of business relationships in our community.
 
Members include a diverse cross-section of individual business people and owners, professionals, corporate executives and tradespeople from private and public organizations. We invite you to attend our meetings.
 
There is no cost for first-time guests and no reservation is required.  Just show up!  This is your opportunity to join local Jewish businesspeople and help give your business, and theirs, a BIG boost!
 
You will have the opportunity for schmoozing, introductions, “JNET Connect“ meetings and more.
 
We mean business!

Sincerely,

Jackie Mendelson
Chairperson of the Board 

Membership dues are $85 per year.
Credit card payments online
or mail checks to:

JNET
5739 Kanan Rd., PMB #273
Agoura Hills, CA 91301 

  

JNET’s Four Questions

 

By Jackie Mendelson, JNET Chairperson

 

Hi, Everyone. I hope your Seder tables were surrounded with family and friends, warmth and love. In the spirit of Passover, here are some “universal” JNET questions that do not normally get asked and answered at our chapter meetings. Please read this message to the end. Here are the Four Questions:

 

Q: Why am I getting emails from members I have never even met?

 

A: Spamming JNET members is a breach of JNET policy. JNET members are not allowed to use the membership roster, JNET attendance lists, or email addresses from member profiles to send business solicitations or personal eblasts unless permission from the member has been granted before the email is sent.

 

You can use JNET’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/pages/JNET/250442068306308) and LinkedIn group page (www.linkedin.com/groups/JNET-Jewish-Business-Networking-3928958) to communicate about your business or offer benefits to JNET members. Please limit posts to once a week.

 

Q: Can I speak at any chapter I want, even if it is not the chapter I first joined?

 

A: Yes. Once you join JNET, all chapters are open to you to attend and to become a speaker. The rules are that you cannot speak two times in a row at the same chapter and you have two opportunities to speak in a 12-month period (one time every six months). No chapter should suggest or require a change of chapter affiliation in order to present a 10-minute speech.

 

Q: I have a profession and a business. Can I talk about both in my 30-second intro?

 

A: A membership in JNET allows you to represent only one business or one profession when doing your 30-second introduction. Take the time to schmooze before and after the meetings to anyone about anything you would like to talk about.

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Q: I am not getting any business from JNET. Am I doing something wrong?

 

A: Maybe! The questions to ask yourself are:

  • How much of my business and how many referrals have I given to JNET members since I joined?
  • Have I maximized opportunities at meetings and JNET Connect get-togethers (aka troikas) so JNET members can get to know me and trust that I will come through for them with my business commitments?
  • Am I attending JNET meetings on a consistent basis?
  • Do I sit with different people at each meeting so I am making new connections?

 

JNET provides a level playing field for all members to cultivate, refer, gain, and retain business, but you have to be a player and forge those relationships! By attending meetings on a consistent basis and more than one meeting a month, you will meet more members and have the possibility of more referrals.

 

I hope I have provided some clarity. If you have any questions or concerns, please email me at Jackie@tastymagic.com.

 

As we marvel at our ancestors unwavering belief in Adonai and their fierce struggle for freedom, please have a wonderful Pesach. Chag Sameach.


 


Jackie Mendelson
Chairperson of the Board