NSBA Members Get Free Marketing Consultations with Experienced Business Strategists

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  • (1888PressRelease) August 28, 2011 - Washington, DC - As one of the many benefits of the National Small Business Alliance, (NSBA) a company that "Helps Small Businesses Succeed", NSBA Members can get free consultations with experienced marketing strategists to help them succeed, grow efficiently, and prosper to become bigger and stronger. As a Member of NSBA, small company owners get powerful advice on what makes a business successful.

    "We take an active role in helping small companies expand by starting with a well-developed business plan", said Robert Williams, NSBA Director of Member Benefits. "Our experienced marketing consultants use methodologies to thoroughly examine a small business to understand the best ways to relate to the wants and needs of their target audience so they can grow."

    In today's tumultuous economy, small companies need a highly collaborative, market tested business plan to meet revenue and market share goals. NSBA Members get the advantage of benefits available to boost business with the greatest return. From product development and pricing strategies to strategic partnerships and aggressive business development activities, NSBA Members gain brand creation/brand enrichment programs to help make them successful and profitable.

    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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