Small Business Owners in San Diego Will Soon Benefit from The Alternative Board's New Office
DENVER, May 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Alternative Board (TAB) will open a new office in San Diego for the benefit of private business owners in the greater San Diego area to provide them with their very own board of directors. The Alternative Board (TAB) is the world's largest franchise system providing peer advisory boards and executive coaching services for business owners. TAB seeks interested and qualified individuals to operate the San Diego office which brings TAB's proprietary tools and methods to help business owners there. Interested applicants may find out more about being a TAB franchisee at http://www.thealternativeboard.com/franchise-opportunity/make-a-difference.
Voicing his excitement relating to TAB's expansion in southern California, Founder and Executive Chairman Allen Fishman said, "We view San Diego as an area where we will continue The Alternative Board's mission of helping small and midsize business owners achieve work-life balance while leading their companies to their maximum potential." Mr. Fishman has authored two books appearing on the Wall Street Journal's best-sellers list and knows firsthand the best practices for small business coaching and peer boards.
About The Alternative Board
The Alternative Board currently operates in seven countries, including the United States, bringing together owners of non-competing businesses in half-day monthly board groups of up to 10 members. Each meeting, under the guidance of a TAB Certified facilitator, is conducted in a confidential "think-tank" atmosphere, and additional one-on-one business coaching is provided as well. TAB delivers real world advice to help business owners stay focused on what matters most. Since its inception in 1990, more than 15,000 businesses have benefited from The Alternative Board services. For more information, visit www.TheAlternativeBoard.com.
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Director of Franchise Acquisition
The Alternative Board
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