XPX DC Metro Meeting Locations
We alternate meeting places between the Tower Club Tyson’s Corner in Virginia, and Bethesda Country Club in Maryland. Our breakfast meeting events are held from 7:30 – 9:30 AM.
Power Networking Program
One of our Chapter’s most popular offerings is our members-only Power Networking Program. We bring together small groups of members who arrange for themselves a number of get-togethers that fit their needs, so members from various business and professional disciplines can meet and more thoughtfully become acquainted with their fellow members and their approaches to providing value to their customers and clients. We re-shuffle the groups two to three times per year. Many of our members participate in multiple groups over time so they have a chance for a deep dive with members across the Chapter.
Over time, many of our members participate in multiple groups and become better acquainted with each other’s businesses, approaches to providing client value, and increase their knowledge about the industry as a whole. Interested in learning more? Please contact Rich Volin.
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