We are a California based membership organization comprised of networking categories including Business & Finance, Real Estate, Professional Resources, International Business, Healthcare, and Cannabis. Each vertical offers one or more monthly meetings at different locations throughout the region.Learn More
Networking is an essential part of growing any business. At All Cities we have networking perfected! Each of our meetings is hosted, moderated by, and attended by professionals like you. Ready to make new friendships while growing their businesses.
Do All Cities members make money? You be the judge! Your All Cities membership allows you to visit as many meetings as you would like to a month. We encourage our members to get out to as many as possible and build their networks throughout the city.
We host specialty events and mixers, coordinated and designed to help you learn valuable skills in networking. Our mixers and special events are a great way to catch up with fellow All Cities members and meet new potential members attending as guests.
All Cities Networks members have full access to the tools and resources provided by their fellow members. Just log in to your online portal, and search for a member by name, company name, or profession. You can also message any member directly through the All Cities member website.
Needs and Deals is a unique feature reserved strictly for All Cities members. Using your exclusive access to the All Cities member portal. You can broadcast a specific need or deal you are working and may need help with from a fellow member.
I would like to thank Richard Brownstein, a certified bankruptcy specialist who concentrates on keeping his debtor clients out of bankruptcy as well as securing great results for creditor clients maximizing recovery from debtors who attempt to avoid responsibility by filing a bankruptcy case. Richard referred a matter that involves possible fraudulent activity that may be subject to various remedies in the state courts, including relief under California's Uniform Voidable Transactions Act.
I would like to thank Michael Goldman, a very well connected business consultant in the entertainment industry with top line education from the Wharton School of Business. Besides his expertise in the Hollywood arena, Michael is dialed into the growing AI (artificial intelligence) space. Michael offers fractional CFO services for startups as well as other companies. Michael referred a matter that involves potential violations of the federal securities laws as well as business torts under state law.
I would like to thank Jesse Israel of Capstone Partners for a prompt response to my request for a recommended advisor to set up a self-directed IRA. Jesse recommended Daniel Tenzer at JP Morgan for further discussion on the topic. Thanks, Jesse!
I would like to thank Jeff Woo of R&D Incentives for a prompt response to my request for a recommended advisor to set up a self-directed IRA. Jeff recommended Jason Stone at Secura Financial who quickly turned me on to U Direct IRA. Thanks, Jeff!
I would like to thank Eelco Niermeijer of B2B CFO for a prompt response to my request for a recommended advisor to set up a self-directed IRA. Eelco recommended Mat Sorensen at Directed IRA and we are looking into options for my clients and myself. Thanks, Eelco!
I would like to thank Kirk Marangi of Kirk Marangi Economic Valuations for a prompt response to my request for a recommended advisor to set up a self-directed IRA. Kirk quickly recommended Barbara Schwartz, Consulting Actuary.
I would like to thank Marc Gertz of Reverse Your Thinking Mortgage for a prompt response to my request for a recommended advisor to set up a self-directed IRA. Marc put me in touch with Brian Katz of Morgan Stanley and that started a whole discussion around business development and more. Thank you Marc for a great new connection!
I'd like to thank Michael Micci with Redwood Mortgage for referring an investor buying a commercial property in the Shasta Lake area. Thanks for your confidence and appreciate the opportunity to be of service!
Anita Rodal of AFEX and SBPI Services, Inc. would like to thank Sahana Sridhar Mark for referring a PPP loan applicant to me to get him in the queue early, before the rush that will come once the SBA finalizes the guidelines. I am happy I could help him, and in turn, he referred three more applicants to me. Thank you again Sahana!
Anita Rodal of AFEX and SBPI Services, Inc. would like to thank Eric Shaw of NY Credit for referring two PPP loan applicants to me so that I could get them in the queue early. Once the SBA publishes the final guidelines for the next round of PPP loans, they'll already be in line to submit docs! Happy to be of help; thanks again Eric!