SBAM gains 32 new members
February 28, 2012
SBAM welcomed 32 new members in the past week. “Our organization continuously strives to find innovative ways to engage Michigan’s small businesses,” says Rob Fowler, SBAM’s president and CEO. “This continuing membership growth is proof positive that our focus on attracting businesses through a robust digital presence is working. The new and improved website, coupled with strong social and online media campaigns, provide all small businesses with access points to our value-added membership proposition.”
The wide range of member-only benefits offered by SBAM continues to play a key role in membership growth. Last week 25 of the 32 new members specifically referenced a member benefit as the reason for joining. This trend echoes another recent announcement from SBAM: a new high of 500 actively enrolled members in its COBRA services. This milestone makes SBAM one of the three largest COBRA services providers in the state.
To learn more about what SBAM membership has to offer, please click here. The Small Business Association of Michigan’s mission is to help small and medium size companies succeed by leveraging buying power, engaging in political advocacy, and promoting entrepreneurship.