|Business Success Roundtable
Peer Advisory Groups in the
St. Louis metro area
What is the Business Success Roundtable™?
BSR gives owners and key team members of small to mid-sized businesses the
opportunity to draw upon the expertise and experience of other members to
help find solutions to their business problems. Each Forum is a
confidential group of leaders from non-competing
businesses that meets regularly to share and gain practical knowledge and
advice on the challenges and opportunities unique to business leaders -
acting as an informal, confidential board of advisors to their
membership. (These are not sales lead groups.)
Why join a Business Success Roundtable™?
- A Group of Peers: Being an
entrepreneur is a unique choice. Not everyone will understand your
issues and challenges, but your fellow entrepreneurs do. Joining a group
of your peers can provide a welcome source of encouragement, learning,
- Be Held Accountable for Success:
Business Success Roundtable™ members hold each other accountable for setting
goals and implementing plans.
- Sounding Board: Try out your
ideas out on your group, gain honest feedback, validate your strategies,
build your business vision and avoid costly mistakes.
- Unique Learning Experiences:
Educational content geared specifically to help your organization
Your Business Success Roundtable facilitator provides coaching and
advice at every meeting.
- To help members' businesses grow
profitably through education, advice and accountability.
How we do it:
- Monthly half-day meeting
- Member scoreboard & accountability
- Member camaraderie, feedback & advice
- Tools, examples & guidance
- Annual Planning Retreat
- Guest experts
Who is eligible?
Business Success Roundtable™ is open to owners, CEOs and other key managers of privately-held small to mid-sized
businesses in the greater St. Louis region.
What is required of members?
- Because active participation at meetings is
critical to Roundtable success, members must make every effort to attend all
- You must hold all conversations about your fellow
members and their businesses in strict confidence.
- Don't pressure your fellow members to
buy your products and services. While you are free to do business with your fellow members, the buyer - not the
seller - should initiate transactions between members. Any issues arising
from member-to-member business transactions will become the subject of a
group roundtable discussion.
What is the cost?
Contact Bill Collier for more information:
Email or 314-221-8558.
How do I apply?
here to send an email and indicate your interest. We'll contact you
to gather information and to discuss having your attend an upcoming
meeting as a guest.