19 Oct The Benefits of Creating a Small Business Alliance
As a small business owner, you may sometimes feel intimidated by other business building up around you. You have worked hard to make your business what it is today by offering unique products and services to your customers. When you are a small business, what do you do when you are competing against giant chain businesses? Align yourself with other small businesses in the area with similar goals. This will result in more exposure for your business than trying to get your business’ name out there on your own. Start by finding other likeminded business; businesses that share the same audience as you. It is important to keep in mind to align with a business that complement yours, not compete with it. Network with other small business owners in your area to find who/what would be a good complement.
Once you have found a business that can work well with yours and another local business owner who seems reliable and trustworthy, start setting objectives that you want to achieve with your business alliance. Consider advertising as a group or hosting a local event. Partnering with other local businesses is more feasible to get more exposure to the community. Spivey Insurance Group is a local business supported by local customers. Spivey Insurance Group host many community events throughout the year and would love to see you join! Call one of our insurance specialists today at 704-821-4460. See what Spivey Insurance Group is doing around the community on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google Plus!