We are proud of the way this online community has come together, and we look forward to sharing our knowledge and expertise with Summit attendees on behalf of the Bonfire community.
Stewartsville, NJ (PRWEB) May 18, 2011
The Small Business Bonfire, an online community providing small business help and support for entrepreneurs and small business owners, has been invited to participate in the Local Resource Café during the 2011 New York Times Small Business Summit, taking place in New York City on June 13, 2011.
The Small Business Bonfire is one of only 14 organizations in the tri-state area chosen by the New York Times to come and share small business help and expertise, network with Summit attendees, and provide a central area where attendees can find out about recent industry trends and talk with small business experts.
The Small Business Bonfire (the Bonfire), which can be found online at http://www.smallbusinessbonfire.com, is an online community of passionate and talented entrepreneurs from a variety of professional fields who come together to share experiences, exchange ideas and offer small business advice. Focusing on the benefits of collaboration between small business owners, the Bonfire challenges its members to identify what is not working for their business and make the necessary changes to increase their success and accomplish their business goals.
Alyssa Gregory, founder of the Small Business Bonfire recently stated, “We are so honored to be participating in the upcoming Summit. We are proud of the way this online community has come together, and we look forward to sharing our knowledge and expertise with Summit attendees on behalf of the Bonfire community.” Gregory went on to say, “Along with utilizing the many tools and resources available at the Small Business Bonfire, our members provide help and support for one another. They understand that one of the most effective ways to get help for their small business is by communicating and collaborating with their peers. Our community provides a social network platform for them to do that.”
Along with the social networking benefits, Small Business Bonfire members also enjoy access to the Red Hot Tool of the Week email, which highlights productivity, social media, Internet or other business-related tools that are tested by the Bonfire team. In addition, premium members of the Bonfire have access to monthly printed newsletters, CDs of the month, Featured Member profiles on Facebook, social media help, business coaching, original blog content for their own blogs, and a number of other benefits.
Recognized by the New York Times as an expert local resource for small businesses, the Small Business Bonfire continues to grow its online presence and provide a networking platform for the small business community.
To join the Small Business Bonfire or for additional information, visit http://www.smallbusinessbonfire.com or http://facebook.com/smallbizbonfire. Visit http://www.nytsmallbusinesssummit.com to learn more about the upcoming New York Times Small Business Summit.
About Alyssa Gregory and the Small Business Bonfire
Alyssa Gregory is a small business enthusiast, writer, speaker and consultant who has a passion for learning, creating opportunities for collaboration, and sharing knowledge. In early 2011, she founded the Small Business Bonfire; a social, educational and collaborative community for small business owners. The goal of the Small Business Bonfire is to provide small business help and support for entrepreneurs who are ready to make positive changes in their businesses and the way they run their businesses. Visit the Bonfire at http://www.smallbusinessbonfire.com for more information or to join the community. Visit http://alyssagregory.com for more about Alyssa Gregory.
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