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Homepage for our National Associations for Businesses

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TO: National Trade and National Small Business Associations
FM: Bruce Camber and Hattie Bryant

RE: Take over Small Business School (SBS) in your industry   
        and leverage the SBS assets for membership development

Change the Way We All See Business
  1.   An Overview
  2.   The national media's negative portrayal of business
  3.   Lift up more positive role models
        Reward the good;  ignore the bad.
  4.   Drive local ratings up

Change the Way We Work Together
  5.   Lead the 24x7 convergence 
  6.   Collaborate after every broadcast
  7.   Ask the hard questions and get real answers
  8
.   Index all the good businesses
        Let no business fail for lack of help

Change Ourselves:  Everybody is a Producer.
  9.    Provide even more value for members
         Get involved with your PEG and PBS stations
10.   Help create sustainable businesses
11.   Authenticity and transparency
12
.   New models, new businesses -- NFIB, NAM, etc.

Key References:
An Open Letter


There are key business associations, all advocacy groups, that have worked with Small Business School over the years.  Right from the beginning in 1994, the producers turned to the national business associations for nominations and for qualifying businesses to be on the show. 

To qualify a business had to be loved by their local community  for their generous spirits and high standards, and they had to be respected in their industry for their leadership.  They were among the givers, not the takers. They  volunteered and shared their insights to make their industry and this world a better place.

Our Partners

National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB). From their Mission Statement: "To promote and protect the right of our members to own, operate and grow their businesses."   The NFIB is the preeminent advocate of free enterprise in America.   It is the most knowledgeable and informed small business association in the nation.  It is the most effective at enacting legislation in favor of members.  It empowers people who believe in the spirit of entrepreneurship. 

Go to the NFIB homepage...

National Association of Manufacturers  (NAM). From their website: "...fighting for a strong future for U.S. manufacturing."  NAM is all about taking action to "reduce costs resulting from government policies -- like high taxes, excess regulation, litigation, and rising health and energy costs."

Go to the NAM homepage...

Many more to come...