The D Group
Insights. Connections. Success.

FAQ

The D Group is a unique, 25 years young business development network that delivers insights, connections and advice for its members, ranging from the very useful to the business-critical.

Frequently asked questions


 

 

+ What is the D Group?

It is a unique, 25 years young business development network that delivers insights, connections and advice for its members, ranging from the very useful to the business-critical.

+ How does it work?

It delivers valuable insights, connections and outcomes to its members via three channels; a well-known briefing programme, its experienced team mining its UK and global networks on request and by delivering unique leadership development programmes.

+ Can I have some examples?

For Briefings see the upcoming Briefing programme. For delivering the network see our Case Studies. For leadership programmes click here.

+ How do we find out more and join?

Contact us on 020 7318 9200 or email Alexandra Barnes at alexandra@dgroup.co.uk and we will welcome you to Grafton St for an initial conversation. If there is mutual interest in continuing the discussion, we will find someone authoritative in your sector to validate the benefit of our work and we will invite you to one of our briefings.

+ What sort of organisations are members?

A wide range of companies, institutions and partnerships, large and small from various sectors. The common denominator is that they excel in their sectors, are prepared to invest time in our network and share our belief in the ROI of the right personal connections made in the right way.

+ What is the reach of the membership?

Extensive. They employ around 1.5 million in the UK and over six million worldwide.

+ Who is on The D Group team?

The core team, the advisory board and the international representatives deliver the insights and services. In aggregate they are hugely experienced at top level in a wide range of markets and strategic and management challenges.

+ What’s is it’s history and background?

For a fuller review of the 25 years see 'History'.