Launched in 2014, the Facebook group quickly established a growing following as a seminal online space for small business operators to share their business journey
Now boasting 26,000 active members, the group allows members to network, learn and grow their businesses together. The initiative has become so popular it has also evolved to incorporate a dedicated website and online magazine featuring resources, expert advice and business tools.
Together, the Facebook group and website are designed to ensure business operators have the tools, insight and connections they need to effectively navigate the challenges and triumphs of small business.
Business Business Business is the brainchild of ThoughtSpot PR and Media Connections founder Linda Reed-Enever, who notes she feels privileged to have instigated such a passionate thriving community of like-minded people.
“I’m constantly thrilled to witness the conversations unfolding as group members work together to support, challenge and champion each other in a positive business space,” Linda explained.
“When I first established Business Business Business it was very much out of necessity. I wanted a place where I could discuss business issues with like-minded people in a warm, welcoming environment.
“Business Business Business has become that space and so much more. It is a place to ask those niggling business questions, to seek the advice of those who are more experienced or just to meet people who understand the unique complexities that come with establishing, running and growing a small business.
“We share the wins, we talk through the setbacks and we offer a link to the information and resources small business owners need.”
Linda noted members came from all industries and business structures.
“From stay at home working mums running online stores to publicity experts, accountants, and business coaches, the group welcomes business minded individuals and offers support, advice and tools for all.”
To learn more visit www.businessbusinessbusiness.com.au.
For more information or to interview Linda Reed-Enever, contact:
Linda Reed-Enever at firstname.lastname@example.org (Ph. 0433 149 319)