We meet on Wednesdays, except the first Wednesday of the month at:
The Lodge at Cold Spring: 50 Cold Spring Road
Rocky Hill, CT 06067
Click here for directions.
If there is a weather-repated emergency, Six Degrees Business Networking follows the Rocky Hill Public Schools. If they are canceled or delayed, our meeting will be, too. For more information please see this link.
Business Networking directly impacts your business growth.
What makes SixDegrees unique is that it only allows one person per profession to join our networking group. Imagine having a personal sales force of up to 40 people actively working to provide you with referrals!
There is a Six Degrees Business Networking group that meets in Glastonbury on Thursdays. Find out more…
We are all connected by six degrees of separation! Six Degrees Business Networking is focused on building each members business by developing our connections via networking.
We are an open group, accepting new visitors from all professions. We meet in the mornings for breakfast, conviviality and networking and we actively work to produce leads for our members that will help their businesses.
SixDegrees is a business and professional networking organization whose primary purpose is to exchange qualified business referrals.
We gather every Wednesday at The Lodge at Cold Spring: 50 Cold Spring Road, Rocky Hill, CT 06067 Click here for directions. If the Rocky Hill Schools are closed or delayed, due to weather, we will not meet.
Our meetings are lively and functional, with a speaker at every meeting. Our current schedule is as follows:
|Mar 12||Nick Iozzo||
Banks are making money from fees, instead of lending high and offering lower interest in savings. How Peoples' United can help.
|Mar 19||Guest Speaker: Janice Albert||
The Step Up Program, as well as other programs and services for small businesses available through the Connecticut Department of Labor and the American Job Center.
|Mar 26||Greg Godston||
Your vehicle survived the winter. But how well will it survive this spring and summer?.
|Apr 02||No Meeting||
|Apr 09||Dave Sevigny||
The 203(k) loan and how it is helping to revitalize whole neighborhoods. How Atlantic Home Loans can help.
|Apr 16||Keith Molnar||
Time to prepare for summertime water use. How Artistic plumbing can help you with pools and irrigation systems.
|Apr 23||Allen Maryott, D.C.||
Age does not mean you have to have pain. How Rocky Hill Chiropractic can keep you feeling good!
|Apr 30||Rick Angellilo||
An introduction to Rick Angellilo and Pro Tech Electric, the services they render and the help they can provide to their customers.
|May 07||No Meeting||
|May 14||Ric Valliere||
It is time to set your goals for next year's tax season.
Pictured are: (Standing) Scott Blanchette (photographer) Ric Valliere, Christina Palmer, Thomas Blardo, Kasia Bratz, Greg Godston, Alan Soucy, Skip Comstock, James Bendzinski, Keith Molnar, Dave Sevigny, Allen Grover, Tom Maselek, Esq., (seated) Mike Kelley, Paul Lombardo, Allen Maryott, D.C., Steven Ginelewicz, Myke Halpin. Not pictured, Mark Hollis
The Six Degrees Rocky Hill group was very happy to donate both food items and cash to the Rocky Hill Food Pantry, which is helping unemployed and poor residents of Rocky Hill with their food needs.
We are currently seeking members from the following occupations:
Business/Life Coach, Caterer, Divorce Attorney, Home Inspector, Interior Decorator/Designer, Landscape Architect, Massage Therapist, Personal Injury Attorney, Matrimonial/Family Law Attorney, Personal Trainer, Recruiter, HVAC Graphic Artist, Building and property inspector, Florist.
Six Degree members were "heartfully" thanked by the Human Services Director of Rocky Hill, for there generous donation of $500 to the food pantry. In addition to the donation, members delivered bags of non-perishable food. In tough economic times, the members rallied to support our struggling neighbors! See the letter from the Rocky Hill Department of Human Services here.