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Connecting to Small Businesses : Local. Value. Education.

Early May was a celebration week for Small Business. We helped our client's drive local engagment with valuable education.

One of the core areas we super-serve our clients is helping them connect to Small Business Owners, locally and authentically. The power of the local connection is a driving force in small business owners' decisions. Being able to provide them with education and advice is critical. The month of May kicked off with a National Small Business Week celebration. We collaborated with our clients on programs that helped them "get local" through educational webinars/events with Chambers and Associations and even local radio commercials. We curated some great advice that our clients are offering their small business prospects through these programs. We found these to be great reminders to share. 1. Know your niche. It's essential to focus on what your business does best and cater to a specific audience. This will help you stand out from the competition and attract customers looking for what you have to offer. 2. Build a strong team. Surround yourself with people who share your vision and are passionate about your business. This will help you to achieve your goals and grow your company. 3. Create a great customer experience. Remember that every interaction with a customer is an opportunity to make a good impression. Focus on providing excellent service and creating a positive experience for each customer. 4. Keep being flexible. As a small business, you have the advantage of being able to quickly adapt to changes in the market or within your industry. Use this to your advantage by being willing to try new things and experiment with different strategies. Small is big! 5. Promote your brand. Get creative with marketing and make sure that people know about your business. Find ways to stand out from others and focus on that tremendous value you offer. Reach out to us at ( discuss your local marketing connections to SMBs.

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