Birmingham small businesses set to 'hit the big time' with

1st of June, 2011 Bookmark and Share
“There's absolutely no logical reason why small businesses shouldn't benefit from discounted goods and services in exactly the same way consumers do with sites like Groupon” explains Nora Leach, co-founder. “As successful franchise developers, we also realised the city based group buying model provides the perfect franchising opportunity.”

Because bizcounters is a franchise network, small businesses get local service with rock solid national support. And there's more. There's the BizClub too, a unique innovation designed to enable the business community to provide online support to other businesses and earn money to spend on bizcounters deals.

What do you need to advertise with bizcounters? It's open to every kind of small business offering vital products or services on a local basis. “All you need is the willingness to provide a generous discount and the capacity to handle a deluge of new clients”, explains Nora.

As well as being featured on the website in typical Groupon style, deals will also be presented on the bizcounters web TV channel for extra impact, adding a unique dimension to the current consumer offerings.

Supported by extensive research, Nora is convinced this new venture represents a golden opportunity for small businesses to benefit from risk free advertising to quickly boost sales, while at the same time building a highly profitable and loyal long term client base. “Because this is genuine results-based advertising, small businesses only pay us when sales start rolling in and their client database begins to grow. And there's considerable increased brand awareness too, worth its weight in marketing gold.”

Bizcounters is currently at pre-launch stage and Birmingham is the first in the company's planned network of franchised business clubs. New franchisee Sammuel Yisrael is at the helm, ready to launch formally on 6th June. “Right now I'm busy inviting and accepting applications from businesses to advertise on the site.” he says “And it's taking off like a rocket already, encouraged by our special pre-launch incentive of 50% off the usual commission.”

Having already rejected one substantial offer to sell to a well-known media company, the future's looking bright for bizcounters. Watch this space!

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Jan Jordyn
Nora Leach Co-founder of bizcounters is an experienced business professional helping to head up a group of successful franchise brands, ranging from dating to recruitment. With the advantage of Masters degrees in both psychology and economics, together with the collaboration of her highly experienced management team, Nora’s insight helped identify the huge potential of supporting small businesses to both save money and acquire new business clients using the proven and highly successful group buying concept. Launching in June 2011, this exciting discount deals business community platform is ideally suited to benefit from Nora’s considerable leadership skills.