To receive qualified business leads and tap into a network of professionals in many industries. Access clients you would not otherwise be able to contact. Every member must be pre-qualified and voted in. The LeTip program really works!
LeTip provides each member and chapter with our proven program. This includes all the information, guidance, seminars and leadership activities for your personal business benefit. LeTip also supplies the materials necessary for the success of your chapter: their conceptualization, creating, production, constant up-dating, printing, shipping – and the full time professionals who are responsible for providing these materials for your benefit.
Gain access to national networking as well, LeTip National maintains an accessible database and networking opportunities to the national LeTip family, and also maintains full-time regional directors to guide and train each chapter every step of the way.
As a guest, you can attend two consecutive meetings before joining. Your application can be taken at the first meeting however, it cannot be processed until after the second meeting and an inspection at your place of business has taken place.
The Dress Code is Business Casual. This Code is not as dressy as formal work attire, yet still very professional. The dress code is more applicable during meetings at our physical location, but we still except professionalism via teleconference. Business Casual includes button-down shirts, trousers, blouses, sport coats, skirts and slacks. Avoid wearing jeans, shorts, sneakers and sandals.
LeTip International is considered by many to be the most professional networking organization in North America. By projecting a polished, professional appearance, LeTip members inspire confidence, trustworthiness and experience.
We all come from different backgrounds, generations and cultures. As individuals, we each have our own particular style and our tastes differ; yet it is important to understand that appropriate dress standards must be followed, as this supports a business atmosphere conducive to chapter and member success.
As professionals, if we want to increase our business, we must make sure that everything we project about ourselves clearly represents our company’s goals and values. Part of that branding includes the way we dress.
A qualified guest is a person whose full-time occupation is not currently represented in the chapter, and if voted in, would not present a conflict of interest for any member.
As a member, how many Tips am I required to pass?
To maintain membership, one Tip per week or four Tips per month are required. The real question to ask yourself is, “How much business do I want?” Members who take an active role and who are consistent Tippers, know that the more they Tip, the more Tips they are likely to receive.