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Small Business Majority Strategic Partners
Small Business Majority is committed to advocating on behalf of all small business owners, who may or may not belong to a professional business organization. For many small business owners, a compelling part of being associated with Small Business Majority is the unique access to strategic partners and business organizations with whom we work at national, state and local levels. We strive to ensure that small business owners understand they can benefit from the collective work of many great organizations. We are a non-membership organization, which makes it easy to work with individual businesses, as well as business organizations.
Benefits of being a strategic partner
Website & social media connection
Let us help get the word out! Small Business Majority has a robust presence on the web and we’d like to feature you. Our website receives close to 15,000 visits a month. We have an excellent following on social media including Facebook, Twitter and other social media outlets. We frequently blog on our own site, and several other prominent business sites. We are happy to link to your web page, help advertise your events and get the word out about your important work. We are happy to be linked to your website as a resource, too.
Small Business Majority’s Speakers Bureau makes policy experts available to educate your organization on a number of critical small business issues. We tailor the content to meet your group’s specific needs. Members of Small Business Majority’s team bring to the table extensive experience and broad knowledge of policy issues. Furthermore, several of our staff members are small business owners themselves. We can attend pre-scheduled meetings, conference calls, or help you develop an event with a panel of experts.
We partner with nationally recognized polling firms to conduct scientific research on trending small business issues and pending legislative policies. This information helps ensure small businesses have a seat at the table with elected officials and decision makers.
We offer a series of free online seminars for small business owners focused on a whole host of key small business issues. These webinars are usually one hour long and include an interactive Q&A session at the end. We welcome business organizations to co-brand these webinars for their members.
We offer educational seminars for accountants and tax professionals to explain the small business healthcare tax credit. We bring in regional IRS experts to explain and train accountants on the tax credits to make sure small businesses in their communities are taking advantage of this opportunity. Small business owners are also welcome to join these workshops.
Business Leader Briefings
Once a month, Small Business Majority hosts a “Business Leader Briefing” call to give small business owners direct access to high-level government officials and policy experts. Topics and experts vary depending on current events and issues that interest small business owners. We welcome local chambers and business organizations to co-brand these calls.
Small Business Majority has developed a valuable and easy-to-use small business healthcare tax credit calculator, and offers an extensive library of research and policy summaries. These resources can be co-branded with local business organizations.
Access to national and state policymakers
Small Business Majority has strong business relationships with executive and legislative policymakers in Washington, D.C. and across the country, with whom we serve as a bridge and source of information for small business owners and organizations. We provide updates via our e-newsletter, Facebook, Twitter and more to give business owners information about important issues currently being discussed. Additionally, we have opportunities for business owners to visit Washington, D.C. and advocate on behalf of various small business issues.
Small business owners’ voices are powerful with the media. We help to connect interested small business owners with local, regional and national media to share their perspective on various policy issues. This gives business owners the opportunity to provide their view and draw visibility to their business. This includes media interviews, op-eds, letters to the editor, etc.
A strategic partnership between Small Business Majority and your organization does NOT imply any of the following: 1) a financial relationship between Small Business Majority and your organization 2) an endorsement of policy positions taken by Small Business Majority or your organization.