SBUA
Issue: 6 | Volume: 1   September 2012
From the Desk of the Executive Director In This Issue

"You have to trust in something, your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. Because believing that the dots will connect down the road will give you the confidence to follow your heart– even when it leads you off the well worn path. And, that will make all the difference.” -Steve Jobs

Greetings Everyone,

It’s September now and this can be one of the most important months of the year for your business. Why? It’s a new season, a new quarter and of course a new opportunity with new hopes. If you want to accomplish your current yearly goals, take action now and get them done.

The Small Business United Association website has some tools for you to generate and keep the momentum going.

  • Keep in touch with your clients: Constant Contact enables small businesses to create and manage email campaigns to help form and grow customer relationships. Click here for more information.

  • Need to grow and strategize your workforce at an affordable cost? HR Support Center puts resources at your fingertips to help you understand the state and federal laws pertaining to your business. Click here for more information.

  • Data can be accidentally deleted or damaged by a virus or hard disk failure. Is your critical data backed up? This is one of the most important, yet also one of the most neglected areas of computing. Just to give you an idea, 60% of companies that lose their data will shut down within 6 months of the disaster. Additionally, every week 140,000 hard drives crash in the US. And simple drive data recovery can cost upwards of $7,500 and success is not guaranteed. Mozy has an online backup plan for just about any size business. Click here for more information.

Take action now and finish the year strong. Let SBU help.

Sincerely,
Djuliani Soeharto Cordiano
Executive Director, Small Business United
info@sbua.org

It's September and time to work on completing any unfinished goals you've set for the year. The Small Business United Association can help.

This months offers and services.

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.

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Contacting SBUA
Call 1-877-SBUA-USA (1-877-728-2872) or visit us online at sbua.org or contact your insurance agent to find out more about SBU.
New Products and Services

Save 10% on Constant Contact's Email Marketing Solution, click here to find out more information.

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SBU members can still get a great deal on data backup with Mozy. Through the rest of the year members can get 10% off a subscription to MozyPro. Click here for more details.

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Find great deals on everything from snacks to office furniture this month through SBU's OfficeMax Partner Advantage Program.

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