Alliance of Entrepreneurs Support Each Other with Resources, Skills and Influence
Eliances, aka “The Place Where Entrepreneurs Align”, is now open in Washington, DC. A total of five units have officially opened in the metro area, following the recent sale through Max Wagner, Eliance’s franchise broker.
Eliances was developed to be a high-level community of entrepreneurs with resources, influence, skills, contacts and imagination that converge. As a network for entrepreneurs, Eliances features weekly ROUNDtable meetings as well as other events that include eBrain Trust, Deal Hour, GRAND table, Idea Hour and Secret Session.
The business model allows anyone to attend as a guest, however membership is invite-only.
Following the sale of the five units new to the D.C. metro area, the first community ROUNDtable was held on July 23, and completely sold out. The franchise is currently in Phase 1 of national expansion, and plans on opening communities in the 36 U.S. metro areas with population over 2 million.
As the website states, Eliances is “not a group, village, networking, mastermind, peer group, peer advisory group, chamber, association, hub or club. The organization emphasizes that “we are a community, the only place Where Entrepreneurs Align™.”
A Valley CEO explained that “Eliances moves networking from a passive exercise to active engagement. At its core, Eliances is as much about what can one contribute as what can one receive, and fundamentally it’s that balance between give and get that creates true value.”
Eliances provides a unique outlet for some of the most influential and intellectual individuals to foster business relationships. It is designed to bring together a “high-level community of entrepreneurs with resources, influence, skills, contacts and imagination.”
“Eliances brings together the entrepreneur with the resources available to scale their businesses more quickly,” said Brion Crum, Strategic Manager, Caliber Inc 500 company.
Eliances operates on what they refer to as the 3G methodology™: Got, Give and Get. In each weekly roundtable, each attendee is given a sixty second window of time to pitch their “3Gs”. This scenario allows each member to analyze and optimize the caliber of attendance each week.
A former State Senator said that “those allowed to participate in the Roundtable, and the unique Eliances format open doors to relationships and unimaginable ideas…Eliances assists members to prosper by helping others.”
Candidates for Eliances include entrepreneurs who are exploring, starting or growing their business. For more information, visit https://www.eliances.com/.