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Synergy Business Connections

  1. Meetings are 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month from 10 am to 11:00 am at the Chamber office. First meeting of month usually lasts until 11:15.
  2. Troikas are a priority benefit of Synergy membership. Business cards will be collected at the beginning of each meeting and troikas will be announced before the end of the meeting. Members may request to be paired after introductions. Business cards of everyone present at the meeting will usually be mailed the same day. Members must be present at the meeting to be assigned to a troika. It is highly recommended that members schedule troikas before leaving the meeting. Of course, anyone may initiate a meeting with any member at any time. For ease of scheduling, members might want to consider meeting either at 10:00 am on alternate Thursdays from regular Synergy meetings or before or after the regular meetings. Please be respectful of keeping your troika appointment and advise others in advance so an alternate can be invited.
  3. Business categories are protected within the Synergy group. When there is a potential business overlap, those members are encouraged to discuss their specific areas of concentration to determine how to avoid a conflict. For example, two attorneys may decide that one will focus on family law and the other on business law, even though each may actually practice in multiple areas.
  4. Members should send their complete contact information (+ photo) to Jim Nagy for inclusion on the Synergy website.
  5. Members are expected to attend meetings regularly. In the event of prolonged absence (6 consecutive meetings), the member will be contacted (at least three times in writing) to determine whether they intend to continue as a member and to protect their business category. If there is no response, the category will be released. No refund of annual membership dues will be given.
  6. Any member interested in contributing to the ‘steering committee’ may join the meeting at 9:00 the first Thursday of each month.
  7. Membership dues are $75/year.
 
  • 7 April 2015
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Debbie Soden

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The Debbie Soden Team cares more about people than properties. Sit down with us and share your real estate goals. Together, we’ll find the home solution that’s just right for you. Are you buying a home? Selling a home? Either one ranks as one of the most stressful events of a person’s life!

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The Debbie Soden Team cares more about people than properties. Sit down with us and share your real estate goals. Together, we’ll find the home solution that’s just right for you.

Are you buying a home? Selling a home? Either one ranks as one of the most stressful events of a person’s life! Because you don’t have time to stress, the Debbie Soden Team members do all we can to make the process as painless as possible.

We are your full service real estate experts in the Conejo Valley, specializing in the communities of Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, Agoura and Oak Park as well as the west Los Angeles area.

When you need to sell, we can help you figure out what your home is worth to price it right. Or calculate expected mortgage payments when you’re house-shopping by using our mortgage calculator. And when you’re ready to purchase your new dream home, we can help you prepare with a loan quote.

While the foreclosure crisis has subsided in recent months, there are still bargains to be found if you’re looking for distressed listings. The Debbie Soden Team is certified to facilitate foreclosures and short sales on both sides of the table. Just ask us – we’re ready to help!

So let’s start the conversation! Browse our Listings and check out our Resources Page. Then contact us and stop stressing! We’re here for you.

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Social Media Tips & Tricks Series: End Review Meeting

Social Media Tips and Tricks: Session Six - End Review Meeting

Synergy Conejo member James Nagy of Sprocket Websites is giving a series of six presentations to Synergy members on social media tips and tricks. These sessions take place during regular Synergy meetings and are a great opportunity for members to learn more about social media platforms and how to use them. The series focuses on reviewing social media topics and how-tos from each major social media platform. This series is a strong starting guide for overviews of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and social media calendar practice. The end goal is to bring it all together to drive engagement, action, and more business.

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Synergy Business Connections Networking Group Meeting - First Thursday

Join us for the first meeting of the month.  Please try to arrive by 9:45am for a prompt start at 10:00am.

The Conference Room at the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce, 600 Hampshire Road, Suite #200, Westlake Village, CA 91361

Location: Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce

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Synergy Business Connections helps businesses grow through relationship marketing and we follow the exclusive category format with one member per Conejo Chamber of Commerce business sub-category. Your business sub-category appears on your Conejo Chamber profile page, right under your business name, to see if your category is eligible. We welcome you to join us at a meeting as our guest to experience the Synergy network for yourself.

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Please read more about the rules and guidelines for our group.  

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Some messages from our group...

What makes the Conejo Valley special, unique or interesting?

I like to call Thousand Oaks "the biggest little town in the country." Even though its size is well over 100,000 residents, it still has a small town feel. You are liable to see someone you know every time you go out. I also like the fact that it has protected itself from the blight that has ruined so many other communities in Southern California by restricting things such as billboards, building structure and height, paid parking lots, and corner strip malls. 

— Cary Ginell - VC On Stage