Small businesses seeking ways to grow their firms will have access to a free, online library from Power Financial Credit Union to make it happen.
The $480 million CU in Pembroke Pines, Fla. said the library will house financial tools and resources on starting and growing a business, leadership and management and marketing and sales. Other solutions include finding target niches, non-negotiable laws of small business marketing and practical, no-cost promotions. The library can be accessed on Power Financial's website.
"Starting a business is challenging, especially in today's rough economic times," said Allan Prindle, president/CEO of Power Financial "We want to be a pillar in this community to not only help small businesses with their financial assistance and guidance, but to also provide them with valuable resources to support their future growth."
The new library is Power Financial's latest move to stay connected with the small business community. This year marked the second time Power Financial sponsored a small business makeover contest. The winners received a $1,000 Staples gift card, private financial consultations with Power Investments, a marketing consultation with the CU's marketing department, a public relations audit and financial literacy employee seminars.