Membership Inquiry Form
Thank you for inquiring about SPAN, our networking group for experienced professional service providers in the greater Sacramento region. Please use this form to express your interest in learning more about the SPAN experience and our mutual-fit application process. Get to know our current community here:
By telling us a little about yourself, we can start to determine if there is an opening in one of our groups (Dowtown, Roseville, Folsom) for your specialty service area. Each of our vetted members holds exclusivity for their craft within a local group. It's not a precise science, but we do make the effort to create optimal conditions for camaraderie among our peers. And if your qualifications or niche offerings are not the right fit right now, we will ask to keep a record of your outreach as we look to expand our organization geographically.
MISSION STATEMENT: SACRAMENTO PROFESSIONAL ADVISORS NETWORK (SPAN) connects experienced, collaborative, and diverse business professionals together in a network that fosters referral relationships for business success and profitability. SPAN is committed to creating an inclusive and positive experience for members and living out the values of KNOW-LIKE-TRUST-REFER as we work together for the benefit of each other, our clients, and the community.
Your Title / Role
Examples: Owner, Founder, CEO, VP, Partner, Executive Coach, Tax Attorney, Wealth Advisor
Professional Services Offered
Briefly describe your primary business specialty. (250 characters max.)
Numbers of Years in Your Area of Expertise:
Professional Service Category
How did you hear about SPAN?
If one of our members sponsored you, please list their name below. Did you see our video campaign on LinkedIn? Did you search the internet? Let us know what caused you to reach out to inquire about membership.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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