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How We Meet

PIPbn operates through “Virtual Meeting Rooms”

Each Room being operated by a Group Controller *(see GC information)

Meetings will be on a regular basis each 2 weeks or more frequent if the membership require and will be agreed through the Group Controllers

Meetings will be held at the same time on the specified day

Visitors to the meeting need to be identified to the controller by the introducing member in advance of the meeting

Entrance code to enter the meeting will be mailed in advance by webinar controller to registered membership

Entrance code to the visitors will be mailed in advance by the group controller

Format of the meeting

Meetings will last for 30 minutes or longer if agreed with the Group Controller

Typical Meeting format

Meeting room opened normally 5 to 10 minutes prior to start time eg: 8.50am for 9am start

Members will log in using their first name in first name then their business type eg: Ben-Wills & Trusts

Visitors will log in using their first name followed by a (Visitor) eg: Dawn-Visitor 

The meeting will commence at the set time

The Controller will introduce them selves and confirm the  meeting schedule.

The Controller will give a brief overview of PIPbn for the visiting members. It will cover the meeting format and the potential to increase revenue based upon recruitment of new members.

The Controller will feedback to the members how many referrals have resulted in business from previous activity.

The meeting will include a presentation which will highlight each group members individual business. This information will have been supplied to the Controller at least 2 days prior to the meeting.

The schedule will include presentations by the agreed PIPbn members for that particular meeting. All members that present have to be able to access both Camera and Microphone facilities.

The Presentations will be operated on a group membership “rotational” basis.
Members can put themselves into “substitute” slot in the event of a vacancy for presentation for a particular meeting. This would be agreed with the Controller.

Following the completion of the presentations in the webinar room, a Q&A session will follow with questions being submitted to the Controller via the chat box facility. Each question being directed at the relevant speaker.

Questions that require a lengthy explanation (longer than 2 minutes) should be dealt with offline via personal connection

Following the Q&A session the time remaining in the room can be used for private message networking

Presenters can use:

A Powerpoint Presentation.

This will have been forwarded to the Controller in advance for upload onto the system. It is advisable to have tested the accuracy and functionality of the uploaded presentation prior to the meeting by communication with the controller

A Social Media You Tube video presentation.

The controller will need details of the YouTube video reference in advance of the meeting. It is advisable to have tested the accuracy and functionality of the YouTube video prior to the meeting by communication with the controller.

A Screen Share facility.

This allows the presenter to present their information via sharing their screen. It is advisable to have tested the accuracy and functionality of the screen share prior to the meeting by communication with the controller


As members will be logging in with their name and business type.
This information will be seen in a column of the left hand side of the screen inside the room.
There is a private message facility within the webinar room.
This allows a member to identify those individuals and the types of business that there would be the potential for a working synergy in terms of business referrals.

Without any barrier a private message can be sent, introducing yourself.

This relationship can be developed both online and if the group is a locally organised group , through meeting up for a coffee so that a more in depth “one on one” discussion can take place. This can result in really getting to know other members and the way they operate more fully. If the group is spread geographically then the connection can be developed offline using phone, Skype, Webinar tools, KwikiChat etc.

Over time relationships will develop and social functions can result as a “spin off”. This can enhance connections and expand membership.