NSBA Advises Small Business Owners to Review and Evaluate Their Current Company Suppliers

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  • (1888PressRelease) October 04, 2011 - Washington, DC - While some costs associated in small businesses are inevitable, some are traceable to certain suppliers. If individual suppliers are adding too many costs onto the sale, it may be time to check-out competitive vendors. As small business owners gear up for a strong growth path in 2012, it's the perfect time to review your vendor list and do a thorough evaluation. National Small Business Alliance, (NSBA) a company that "Helps Small Businesses Succeed", offer their Members a full-range of benefits including economic findings, growth strategies, and expert advice on ways to adapt to the ever-changing business market.

    "It makes good business-sense to occasionally review and evaluate your vendors and suppliers for your company", said Robert Williams, Director of Member Benefits. "If certain suppliers are starting to tack on many costs and fees onto their sale, it may be time to check out some other suppliers. However, the number at the bottom of the invoice is only one thing to consider when dealing with your suppliers." Another key area to review is reliability. When a vendor's shipments start to arrive late, incomplete, damaged or incorrect, it's time to consider looking for a new one. "Having closer relationships with your suppliers reduces administrative costs and inconveniences" Williams continues. "Getting new suppliers begins with research and then compiling a list of potential vendors. Ask for quotes or proposals, complete with prices, available discounts, and delivery and payment terms. Then compare and evaluate with your current suppliers."

    You need to set the future direction of your company and focus on the opportunity for growth. NSBA helps Members to do just that - we advise ways to prepare owners to be innovative and to keep their entrepreneurial spirit. There are many valuable NSBA Member benefits offered to small business owners across America that will help them to grow and profit:

    Free Legal & Business Documents
    Discount Prescription Drug Programs at Over 50,000 Pharmacies Nationwide
    $10,000 Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance
    Small Business Credit Line
    Office Equipment Leasing
    Business Loans
    Merchant Accounts
    Concierge Services for Travel, Dining, Sports & Special Events
    Worldwide Travel & Medical Assistance
    Employee & Family Health Insurance

    For more information about the National Small Business Alliance Program, please visit www.natlsba.com

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