For Additional Information, Contact:
Guy Smith, Executive Director
(972) 774-9000
info@dallasbusiness.org

 The Networking Organization That Works!

 
 
 
 

 

A Strong Energetic
Substantial Powerful
Rich Blend
 


 
 

And the Coffee's Not
Bad Either

Wake up with the Dallas Business Association and smell the coffee
for business & breakfast.



 

Frequently Asked Questions


We try to anticipate questions you might have about DBA Membership and provide the answers here. If you need additional information please send an email to Guy Smith at guy@gsmithlegal.com .

 

1.

What is the format of the meeting?

In each meeting both the members and the guests will have an opportunity to introduce themselves and their businesses. Generally, a member will present a short program highlighting his/her business.  However, on occasion, a guest speaker will be invited to present a program that is germaine to business owners.

Members will also be given the opportunity to recognize the business and leads that they have given and/or received within the association.


2.

Is there a cost for the meeting?

If a guest is a potential candidate for membership, there is no charge for attending the first 2 meetings.


3.

How do I become a member?

A guest that has a business that is not in conflict with an existing member may apply for membership after attending 2 meetings.  Upon submission of an application, the DBA membership committee will review the application and then make a recommendation to the DBA Board of Directors. 

The new member is accepted upon approval by the Board of Directors.  A check payable to DBA in the amount of $150.00 must be submitted with the application.  The check will be returned if the application is not approved.


4.

After I become a member what are my responsibilities?

Each member is required to attend the weekly meetings.  It is a fact that the extent of active participation has a direct correlation to the amount of business a member receives.

Each member is required to pay monthly dues of $75.00 which covers the cost of the weekly breakfast meeting and DBA’s administrative expenses.