PRLog - Apr. 2, 2011 - ROCKLIN, Calif. -- The Small Business Economic Impact Alliance (SBEIA) [link to www.sbeia.com]
Small Business Economic Impact Alliance
“Ninety percent of people have a vested interest in your success – they just don’t know how to help you,” says Elaine Starling, co-founder of SBEIA. “The SBEIA Monthly ASK Campaign identifies the needs of small business so you get the help you need – now.”
The SBEIA Monthly ASK Campaign is a simple one question survey that aggregates the top needs, challenges, and priorities of small business professionals. The results of the survey provide insight into what small businesses are experiencing. SBEIA then shares the insight gained from the survey with the California government, other professional organizations that serve small business, and the media.
“We hold a monthly Mastermind meeting to brainstorm solutions to the current needs of small business,” said Karla Lyngvar, co-founder of SBEIA. “The SBEIA Monthly ASK Campaign identifies which experts will be on hand each month to support small business needs.”
There is no cost or obligation to participate in the survey, and it takes only moments. Small business owners are simply asked to visit http://www.askdatabase.com/
A group of dedicated people started the Small Business Economic Impact Alliance in November 2010 to address the needs of small business and to turn the California economy around as quickly as possible. They operate with the philosophy that all business owners benefit when they come together in a spirit of contribution, collaboration, and dedication to win/win solutions.
The Small Business Economic Impact Alliance is dedicated to connecting like-minded people, contributing free tools and information to address the challenges of small business, and collaborating with leaders and experts to benefit not only its members, but California's economy as a whole. The goals of the organization are to help small businesses thrive and grow, gather and share information, and promote small business legislation in California, all for the low membership fee of $10 per year.
For more information about the Small Business Economic Impact Alliance, visit www.sbeia.com.
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The mission of the Small Business Economic Impact Alliance is to provide members exceptional quality legislative representation and access to business experts and training for the purpose of supporting and advocating Small Business within the State of California.