The Association of Employers and Laborers in Baltimore is taking extra steps this year to focus on local businesses. In previous years we have placed much of our focus on large scale corporations but this year we want to primarily look at how we can help local businesses thrive and work together to be successful. Building contacts of experienced people around you is key in building and maintaining a successful business. We all have something we can learn from each other. It is also important to recognize that we shouldn’t be secretive about the things we learn from our own experience. Helping other individuals and businesses in your area can be financially rewarding without even knowing it.
We have already begun the journey of helping businesses communicate in the Baltimore city area. Most small businesses fail but with our help we have seen over a 15% increase in the success of small businesses that have worked with our team of voluntary professionals. From local surgery centers to pizza restaurants many of the principles are the same. Marketing and business strategy are common key elements for every start up. You have nothing to lose by contacting us and visiting our public forums. These forums are organized by our team and funded by local philanthropists to bring prosperity to the area. Feel free to donate to our public forums. All donations are a tax write off and go to the betterment of our local community.
Many different individuals and companies deserve our thanks due to their contributions. Many of our efforts have been highly supported by local hospitals, surgical centers, doctors, and dentists. Emergency clinics are also included in this list. Many of these providers are certified in ACLS online, BLS certification, and PALS certification online.
Many other contributors carry prestigious certifications as well. It is important that you as a small business owner understand that there are often several certifications required to operate legally. It can be difficult to navigate the government requirements when you are not well funded. We want you to know that if you have any questions you’re welcome to contact us. Many of us have dealt with these problems in the past and can help you avoid costly mistakes. Doing things the right way the first time can be the difference between growing a successful small business and failure. Let us help you succeed.