SBSCBttnsAre you heading out to SMB Nation here on the Microsoft campus next week?  If so, is your company a Microsoft Small Business Specialist Community member yet?  If not, look for someone with a Green Button and be sure to ask them why you have been missing out on a great resource to help you grow your Small Business practice and how you can become one.

When you get to SMB Nation next week, everyone will be given an orange or green button.  The difference is, the green buttons are people who's companies are already part of the SBSC Program while the orange buttons are people who are not already part of the SBSC Program.  Why have these buttons?  Simple.  Who better to tell you about what being part of the SBSC Program can do for your business than someone like you that is already part of the program?

So if you have an orange button, here are a couple of items for you:

1) Head out to the URL listed on your button (http://www.smbizspecialist.com) and fill out the form located there.  This will let our Small Business Specialist coaches know that you are interested in having your company learn more about how to become part of the Small Business Specialist Program.

2) Talk to your peers wearing the green badges to learn more about what the program has meant to them and how they have used it in their businesses.

3) Attend the SMB Nation Keynote presentation that I am presenting along with Arnie Mondloch to hear about some exciting things about the SBSC Program.

Thank you and have a wonderful day,

Eric Ligman
Microsoft US Senior Manager
Small Business Community Engagement
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