Enabling groups are non-membership based business groups, providing networking opportunities. Applications are considered from volunteer and business entities, who enable networking through their main operations, and whose aims and objectives align with those of the ASB.
To Become an Enabling Group
An enabling group may be eligible to become a member of the ASB, for free, subject to a commitment to bring of a minimum of FIVE new individual members per year.
In the first instance, contact us for a chat.
Benefits of Partnering your Group to the ASB
If a group, wishing to join the ASB, is in a geographical area already serviced by an ASB affiliated group, then the affiliated group shall first be consulted in accordance with the ASB constitution.
HOW IT WORKS
An enabling group may join the ASB at no cost. In return the organisers shall commit to bringing five new DIRECT ASB members for each year of membership.
The Enabling Group will receive a voucher which allows them to introduce any of their women's network, to the ASB, as an individual member for the first year (renewable thereafter at full price).
This provides them with all the related benefits of an individual member* for as long as they remain a member of the ASB. See full details of our *INDIVIDUAL MEMBER BENEFITS
A page on the ASB website for each enabling group to promote their key contact, organisation details, news and events.
Promotion by the ASB as an associated enabling group. Your group events can be shared on our website, social media channels and in our newsletters
Dedicated ASB Contact
A dedicated key ASB contact to help you manage your ASB web page, member renewals and much much more. Think of them as your personal ASB account manager!
All ASB members may benefit from early visibility of event sponsorship opportunities, many of which offer increased exposure through award sponsorship and judging, more individual memberships for your own employees and free tickets to our national awards. To see our full sponsorship pack, please visit our sponsors page