Issue: 3 | Volume: 1   May 2012
From the Desk of the Executive Director In This Issue

April has come and gone, spring is in the air and summer is just around the corner. Spring also happens to be a great time to clean up both your business and personal items.

Have you already given up on those New Year's resolutions you made for work? It's not too late to change those familiar habits. Without even knowing it, you could be muddying your bottom line or strangling your profitability. Here are some things to get you started:

  • Have you ever missed a deadline or have your clients or employee feels neglected? Have you received customer complaints just because there are too many unopened emails in your inbox? You might want to try to organize your email inbox following the advice found in this article.

  • Are you running out of computer disk space? If so, this is a good time to clean-up your files and do a back-up at the same time. The most important files to backup are probably your documents, pictures, music, and other user files, such as desktop emails and application settings. It's important to create local backups to an external drive or another PC. As a secondary backup you may want to have it stored in the cloud with data backup plan so that you can also access your data anywhere online, you can find out more here.

  • Did you know that May is the month to celebrate small businesses? National Small Business Week is May 20th - May 26th. To gear up for this special week, The Company Corporation is hosting complimentary webinars throughout the month of May to educate small business owners on topics that are crucial to the success of their business. Visit us here for webinar schedule or contact

The second series of articles for Small Business, Growth and Management Guide, is currently available here. If there is any additional information you would like to have regarding our association, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Djuliani Soeharto Cordiano
Executive Director, Small Business United

Program Benefit and Affiliation Updates.

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About SBUA

Small Business United, Inc. (SBU) is an Association chartered in 1992 as a State of Texas nonprofit corporation. SBU's mission is the furtherance of small to mid-sized employer needs. Additionally, SBU provides an opportunity for trade associations, interest groups, professional employer organizations (PEO's), unions, and other organizations comprised of or serving small businesses. We are dedicated to making group purchasing programs available for our association clients and their members. SBU provides its clients and members access to a vetted group of tools, discounts, welfare, benefit, and group purchasing plans.

Small businesses need information on laws, policies, and current events that affect them. They need ways to save money on products and services they use every day. And, they need the ability to attract and retain employees by offering big-business benefits like health insurance and 401(k) plans.

Small businesses can meet these needs by joining SBU and gaining access to informative resources, group purchasing discounts, group-rated health insurance options, and much more.

Contacting SBUA
Call 1-877-SBUA-USA (1-877-728-2872) or visit us online at or contact your insurance agent to find out more about SBU.
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SBU is proud to announce our affiliation with Spam Soap, a top tier email security and service provider. They assist thousands of clients in securing not only their email but bottom lines as well.

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The next series of articles written for small business owners focuses on growth and management strategies. You can find them on our website here.