Supporting Small Business is Good Business
We are passionate about what we do because the success of our customer's helps their communities flourish, and facilitates a culture of small business collaboration. Allowing small businesses and startups to complete tasks that fall outside your range of expertise supports the small business community along with creating a more efficient and sustainable business model. Focus on your core competencies, and enlist experts at other small businesses and startups to take on those additional responsibilities.
The Economic Revolution
We believe small businesses and startups contribute to local economies by spurring growth and innovation in the communities in which they are established. Small businesses can invent new products or implement new solutions to existing challenges and disrupt markets. Large businesses also often benefit from small businesses within the same local community, as many of them depend on these companies for the completion of various business functions. Today's generation of startups and Entrepreneurs tend to create organizations that facilitate social good. It is for this reason we founded our organization; because partnering small businesses together can strengthen and grow local economies and tackle some of the worlds greatest challenges. Together we can change the world!
Empowering a Community
Small local businesses and startups employ local residents and inspire others to pursue their own ventures. This creates a ripple effect that positively impacts the community and improves the quality of life for all it's residents. These local jobs keep the residents in town during the work day, so the advantages extrapolate outward as employees dine at local eateries, fuel up at the local gas stations to get to work, and shop at local markets on the way home every evening. Furthermore, small local businesses typically provide better customer service than their larger, corporate counterparts. Owners of these small local business typically live in the community, so they strive to provide the best service possible to their neighbors and build strong customer loyalty.
"My model for business is The Beatles. They were four guys who kept each other’s kind of negative tendencies in check. They balanced each other and the total was greater than the sum of the parts. That’s how I see business: great things in business are never done by one person, they’re done by a team of people.”