ATLANTA, Jan. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, the National Association of Small Business Professionals (NASBP) introduced key upgrades to its member benefits with the addition of its newly retooled accredited business program. The NASBP's accredited business program offers young, smaller companies the essential trust-building tools needed to break through the start-up failure cycle to move on to become thriving businesses.
"With two of the leading causes of start-up failures being attributed to the impact that fierce competition and lack of sales can have, we wanted to give newer businesses a stronger competitive position with trust, without crippling their cash flow," said NASBP founder Kimberly Kelly. "With the NASBP's accreditation program, members benefit by getting the best value for their membership investment, which includes all the benefits of association membership along with free participation in the accredited business program. We believe this integration of benefits really 'serves' our core membership by reducing the need for them to invest in multiple costly services, giving them a better chance to be more profitable and to grow."
Key benefits of this integration include:
- Participation in the NASBP's Accredited Business Program
- Access to the Trust Seals Center
- Access to the Marketing Helpline
- Access to the Downloads Center
- Access to the Discounts & Savings Center
More information about the NASBP's Accredited Business Program may be obtained by visiting their website.
About the National Association of Small Business Professionals
Since 2009, the National Association of Small Business Professionals has made it its mission to help small business start-ups to not only succeed in business, but to SOAR. As the "new kid on the block" in the arena of small business associations, NASBP is proud to offer smaller business start-ups a value-packed, affordably priced alternative to more expensive membership association options. To learn more, download a free Member Benefits Guide at www.Join-NASBP.com.
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SOURCE The National Association of Small Business Professionals