Washington Executives Association (WEA) marks ten years of fostering strategic peer relationships to help members grow revenue. The DC Metro-based organization caters to members primarily in the B2B space, including commercial real estate, financial, technology, and professional services.

WASHINGTON, DC / ACCESSWIRE / September 25, 2017 / With over 84% of decision-makers starting their buying process with a referral, there is little doubt about the power of a well-developed referral network. For the past ten years, WEA has aimed to take the guesswork out of networking so that members develop mutually beneficial, strategic relationships. Instead of hit-or-miss efforts to develop the right connections, this invitation-only professional network seeks out established leaders. Members have reported adding millions of dollars through their revenue stream through their involvement in WEA.

"Time is a precious commodity for business owners," says Joseph Migliozzi, 2017 president of WEA and CEO of M3 Technology Consultants, "The return on my involvement with WEA is incredible." In addition to networking and business referral opportunities, WEA adds value-driven events including notable speakers such as Gerald Gordon, CEO of the Economic Development Authority in Fairfax County, and Bill Bowman, Dean of the Busch School of Business and Economics at The Catholic University of America.

WEA also sponsors charitable activities and has partnered with local nonprofits such as Facets and Shelter House to raise funds for emergency shelter, food, and medical supplies for the homeless. Merritt Green, the managing partner of the law firm General Counsel, P.C., a founding member of the organization, states, "WEA is a great opportunity to join forces and give back to the community." Since its inception, the association has raised over $100,000 in charitable donations for local nonprofits. "Supporting local causes is a priority all WEA members share," says Mr. Green.

Washington Executives Association empowers DC Metro Area business owners, and executives expand their potential through strategic connections, peer referrals, and professional development. It is a subchapter of the International Executives Association, one of the oldest networking organizations in the world. To learn more, please visit www.washingtonexecs.com.

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This year, Washington Executives Association (WEA) marks ten years of fostering strategic peer relationships to help members grow revenue. The DC Metro-based organization caters to members primarily in the B2B space, including commercial real estate, financial, technology, and professional services.

WASHINGTON, DC / ACCESSWIRE / September 25, 2017 / With over 84% of decision-makers starting their buying process with a referral, there is little doubt about the power of a well-developed referral network. For the past ten years, WEA has aimed to take the guesswork out of networking so that members develop mutually beneficial, strategic relationships. Instead of hit-or-miss efforts to develop the right connections, this invitation-only professional network seeks out established leaders. Members have reported adding millions of dollars through their revenue stream through their involvement in WEA.

"Time is a precious commodity for business owners," says Joseph Migliozzi, 2017 president of WEA and CEO of M3 Technology Consultants, "The return on my involvement with WEA is incredible." In addition to networking and business referral opportunities, WEA adds value-driven events including notable speakers such as Gerald Gordon, CEO of the Economic Development Authority in Fairfax County, and Bill Bowman, Dean of the Busch School of Business and Economics at The Catholic University of America.

WEA also sponsors charitable activities and has partnered with local nonprofits such as Facets and Shelter House to raise funds for emergency shelter, food, and medical supplies for the homeless. Merritt Green, the managing partner of the law firm General Counsel, P.C., a founding member of the organization, states, "WEA is a great opportunity to join forces and give back to the community." Since its inception, the association has raised over $100,000 in charitable donations for local nonprofits. "Supporting local causes is a priority all WEA members share," says Mr. Green.

Washington Executives Association empowers DC Metro Area business owners, and executives expand their potential through strategic connections, peer referrals, and professional development. It is a subchapter of the International Executives Association, one of the oldest networking organizations in the world. To learn more, please visit www.washingtonexecs.com.

SOURCE: Washington Executives Association

ReleaseID: 476206

This year, Washington Executives Association (WEA) marks ten years of fostering strategic peer relationships to help members grow revenue. The DC Metro-based organization caters to members primarily in the B2B space, including commercial real estate, financial, technology, and professional services.

WASHINGTON, DC / ACCESSWIRE / September 25, 2017 / With over 84% of decision-makers starting their buying process with a referral, there is little doubt about the power of a well-developed referral network. For the past ten years, WEA has aimed to take the guesswork out of networking so that members develop mutually beneficial, strategic relationships. Instead of hit-or-miss efforts to develop the right connections, this invitation-only professional network seeks out established leaders. Members have reported adding millions of dollars through their revenue stream through their involvement in WEA.

"Time is a precious commodity for business owners," says Joseph Migliozzi, 2017 president of WEA and CEO of M3 Technology Consultants, "The return on my involvement with WEA is incredible." In addition to networking and business referral opportunities, WEA adds value-driven events including notable speakers such as Gerald Gordon, CEO of the Economic Development Authority in Fairfax County, and Bill Bowman, Dean of the Busch School of Business and Economics at The Catholic University of America.

WEA also sponsors charitable activities and has partnered with local nonprofits such as Facets and Shelter House to raise funds for emergency shelter, food, and medical supplies for the homeless. Merritt Green, the managing partner of the law firm General Counsel, P.C., a founding member of the organization, states, "WEA is a great opportunity to join forces and give back to the community." Since its inception, the association has raised over $100,000 in charitable donations for local nonprofits. "Supporting local causes is a priority all WEA members share," says Mr. Green.

Washington Executives Association empowers DC Metro Area business owners, and executives expand their potential through strategic connections, peer referrals, and professional development. It is a subchapter of the International Executives Association, one of the oldest networking organizations in the world. To learn more, please visit www.washingtonexecs.com.

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