Small Business Networks Can Reduce Costs and Inefficiency
As a leading company in dumpsters and DIY roll off containers in Louisville, KY, Moon Mini Dumpsters strives to provide the best possible service at the lowest possible cost for each client. One of the ways we achieve this goal is by communicating with other dumpster companies as part of a small business network.
Frog Hauling in Columbus, OH is one of our network businesses. Through available online resources, Moon shares ideas with Frog and similar businesses regarding best practices. These practices relate to everything from fuel consumption, tracking technology, truck types and much more.
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As part of the same niche, it makes sense for like-minded small businesses to share information that is mutually beneficial. Examples include group health care, vendor sharing, a marketing “umbrella” for all companies, and reusing resources to eliminate upfront costs.
Small business networking is not a new concept, but one that is gaining momentum in today’s online economy. Is your small business already a part of a network? Planning on joining one? What are some of your experiences thus far with small business networks?
Written by Bob Jones
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