Do your part to help stimulate the economy

11/03/2009 at 2:15 pm Leave a comment

Small businesses are the lifeblood of the economy and deserve every bit as much attention as the large companies receiving government loans and bail-outs.

But why wait in hope of state support to drive your business forward? You can join us and other small business owners in playing our OWN part in stimulating the small business economy, right now.

We have teamed up with leading business support network BRX to launch the Small Business Stimulus Programme (SBSP). The goal is to generate 250 referred leads to 250 deserving small businesses, showing how a simple act can lead to many thousand of pounds worth of new business.

As well as leads for your own business, the SBSP aims to pass leads to your customers and clients, stimulating their businesses to help generate orders and free up cash.

Help feed the chain of supply that keeps all our businesses healthy.

SBSP is free to all companies, partnerships and sole traders who sell to other businesses. Just follow the four simple steps below:


STEP 1 – Review the current sales leads list

The BRX website lists the last 28 sales leads posted on WeCanDo.BIZ as Biz Needs — urgent business needs from members in search of suppliers and partners.

Review the list looking for opportunities for your clients and customers, as well as for your own business. When you see a need that someone in your food chain can assist with, just click the link for contact details.

Click here to review current Biz Need sales leads

STEP 2 – Broker an introduction and pass on the referral

ImageOn the WeCanDo.BIZ profile of the person with the need, you’ll find a link to send them a message to pass on the details of the business you wish to refer.

Or just e-mail your client or customer with a link to that WeCanDo.BIZ profile — look for the ‘Share’ button on the profile page to do this instantly.

It’s as simple as that!


STEP 3 – Add your OWN Biz Need to keep the cycle going

It’s free to post your own business need and a great chance to find cheaper suppliers; closer suppliers; more reliable suppliers; or people to enable you to outsource things you do in-house today.

No sales pitches please! That’s what your WeCanDo.BIZ public profile is for…

Click here to add your own Biz Need

STEP 4 – Invite your contacts to benefit from SBSP

ImageYour BIGGEST benefit comes from your contacts referring your business on to their contacts.

Invite your suppliers, customers and partners to come and connect with you and to join SBSP. They’ll get sales leads of their own, and help drive business to their customers too — feeding your supply chain. You will also benefit from the referrals they pass to you directly.

It’s easy to import your contacts from Outlook; Outlook Express; LinkedIn; Google Mail; Yahoo!; Live Hotmail and MSN; and others.

Alternatively, just forward this e-mail on to FIVE e-mail contacts who you’d most like to see winning new business.

Feed your supply chain with SBSP!

Click to invite your business contacts to benefit

Getting cash flowing for your customers and your own company is as simple as following the four steps above. Come and join in and do your bit to benefit the small business economy of which you are a vital part.

Make your business network WORK!


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