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Started in January 2012 by Daniel J Leach, Founder & Chairman of ANWOP. ANWOP provides a positive, supportive, and structured environment for men and women to further their business through word-of-mouth marketing.

Networking requires commitment. The most successful chapters of ANWOP are comprised of participants who are sincerely committed to helping one another through networking. They are a team. As a participant in ANWOP, you are responsible for complying with the policies and guidelines of the organization*. A partial list of the policies of ANWOP are listed below:

(*) Note: In the event that ANWOP’s general rules could potentially violate a professional’s ethical code, the professional’s ethics code shall govern.

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW:

  • Only one person from each professional specialty is permitted to join a chapter of ANWOP.
  • All participants should represent their primary occupation, not a part-time business.
  • Attendance is critical. If you cannot attend a meeting, you may send a substitute. This will not count as an absence.
  • Participation in the chapter by members is a key to the success of a group.  Members can participate by bringing bona-fide referrals and/or visitors to their ANWOP chapter.

Cost:

There are one year and two year participation options. See the Secretary/Treasurer of the chapter you visit for prices. If you apply to participate in ANWOP, your application will be reviewed by the chapter’s Membership Committee, and you will be notified of the status before the next meeting.

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