Small Business Advisory Board

The Small Business Advisory Board Announces Their Next Meeting

The meeting will be held July 23, 2015 from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm at KW Realty in Edina, MN and will focus on the automotive industry, reports


Burnsville, MN -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/08/2015 -- The Small Business Advisory Board, a group of Small Business Consultants, announces the time and location of their next meeting. The meeting is to be held at KW Realty in Edina, MN on July 23, 2015 and will run from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM. Individuals in the automotive industry needing assistance with Business Planning, marketing, mergers and more will find this meeting to be very informative.

"Start up businesses turn to the experts to learn how to start their new venture with a solid foundation, yet they aren't the only ones who benefit from attending one of these meetings. The experts cover a wide range of topics and can be of assistance to those who have been in business ten, 20 or 30 years also," Vernon Stading, spokesperson for the Small Business Advisory Board, explains.

According to, there are more than 28 million small businesses in America today. Individuals start up 543,000 new businesses every month, yet more than this number shut down. For this reason, business owners need to make use of every resource available to them. Doing so increases their chances of success.

"Businesses may find they have a problem that no one has been able to solve, regardless of where they turn, and owners may find they are unable to achieve the right balance between home and work, as they are so focused on growing their business they feel they have no free time. Others need to find a way to distinguish their business from the competitors, especially in competitive fields, such as beauty salons and auto repair shops. The experts at the Small Business Advisory Board can be of help with these and many other problems," Stading continues.

When one needs help before the next scheduled meeting, the experts at the Small Business Advisory Board can offer assistance in other ways. Many find the answers they need on the blog available at and others choose to contact the organization through the website. One should never delay when a problem arises as doing so could lead to competitors gaining an edge.

"Turn to the Small Business Advisory Board for assistance. The experts come from many fields, including law, banking and insurance. Someone can be of assistance no matter where the problem lies. The 500+ years of cumulative experience along with the knowledge gained from helping more than 500 businesses ensures this is the case," Stading declares.

About Small Business Advisory Board
Founded to help small to mid-sized businesses improve their operations and bring in more income, the Small Business Advisory Board brings together 26 industry experts with an average of 16 years of experience. The experts provide support and advice for start ups and established companies and can help any type of business in any industry.