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How Corporations Can Benefit from Private Club Memberships
The business world has greatly changed over the last few decades, but the era of cutting deals in social settings outside the boardroom is still alive and well. Business isn’t just a series of transactions. It’s about relationships. And, nothing helps a corporation build connections with its employees and customers like the exclusive experiences and amenities available in private clubs. Club memberships have long been considered a sound corporate investment. The perks can benefit not only employees but, oftentimes, the business’s bottom line as well.
Benefits of a Private Club
- Build new relationships—Private clubs give employees and executives an opportunity to meet new people at other companies and across different industries in a relaxed atmosphere. This networking might spur your company’s next big deal or your employee’s exposure to new people might spark a new idea. Even if the socializing isn’t business-related, it may just give your busy executives a well-deserved opportunity to blow off some steam.
- Attract and retain top talent—In today’s booming economy, the competition for the best business talent has never been more fierce. Private club memberships provide an added benefit to an employment package that makes employees feel valued by their company. Social clubs also help relieve the stress of a competitive job. A high-performer that’s under pressure is a lot less likely to move on to a new job if they’re making calls from a leather chair in a private lounge with an exclusive concierge.
- Easily entertain guests—Nothing impresses potential clients or business partners more than exclusive access. Private club memberships provide companies with an easy solution for entertaining and leave guests with a lasting impression.
Since the dawn of corporate deal-making, these benefits have kept corporations interested in private clubs, but until recently, a company’s go-to membership options were limited to traditional country clubs or private lounges. Over the last few years, the business world has experienced rapid change, and not all of these old school clubs have changed with it. The Register is a new kind of private social club for the modern business. In addition to traditional private club benefits, The Register also offers:
- Unparalleled exclusivity—With only a limited number of memberships, The Register maintains an elite member list of industry thought leaders and pioneers. Exclusive access to restaurants, sports events, and other services are also available through our Experience Specialists.
- Location independence—While traditional clubs are tied to one location, The Register has clubs distributed throughout the country, so you can enjoy your membership while traveling.
- Modern payment systems—When was the last time that a country club let you pay in blockchain technology? The Register accepts all sorts of payments—from cash to credit card to the blockchain.
- Unique investment opportunities—Members at The Register have access to exclusive off-market investment opportunities, including real estate and blockchain investments.
- Knowledge-boosting workshops—The Register offers exclusive seminars and workshops to help keep corporate members in the loop with the fast-changing world of the blockchain. These opportunities help ensure that your company stays on top of the latest developments with this new and exciting technology.
To learn more about how a corporate membership at The Register can help your business, contact us today.