Avisare, Your Online B2B Marketplace, announces the beta launch of its invite-only, supply chain social network in honor of National Small Business Week.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 06, 2016

Avisare, Your Online B2B Marketplace, announces the beta launch of its invite-only, supply chain social network in honor of National Small Business Week. This cutting-edge platform gives small businesses the opportunity to find more work through its three-tiered approach. With Avisare, consultants, small businesses and large corporations remain nimble and interconnected in an ever-changing economic climate. By joining the right business to the right opportunities at the right time, Avisare increases productivity, grows small business revenue and provides an environment for partnerships and joint ventures.

With 28 million small businesses in the U.S. alone and 60% of all jobs created by small businesses, the health of the economy depends on the ability of this segment to thrive. Avisare provides a comprehensive, streamlined process for small business owners to:

  • Hire the right consultants to help their businesses grow.
  • Get hired by other small businesses to grow their client base.
  • Get work from large corporations and Fortune 500 companies.

Avisare’s vision is to become the biggest, central online destination for small business growth in the B2B category. Avisare aims to be the go-to destination for businesses to quickly and efficiently find the resources they most need.

“Avisare is committed to creating a B2B ecosystem where everyone from the solopreneur to the 100-person company can grow their business”, says Sky Kelley, Founder and CEO of Avisare. The number of small businesses has increased by 50% in the last 30 years according to the Small Business Administration (SBA). Kelley continues, “Often small businesses struggle to find clients because they start off going after big contracts. Avisare helps these businesses accumulate smaller contracts from a wider pool of clients to help them grow as they prepare to take on Fortune 500 clients.”

An additional benefit is that larger corporations can use Avisare to search and discover new vendors with a specific focus in the minority and women-owned business categories. LGBT, disabled veterans, Asian, Hispanic, African-American and women-owned businesses can feature their certifications on the site, making it easier for corporations to meet their vendor management diversity goals. “We represent the underrepresented and allow those communities to support each other,” says Kelley.

To register your small business in Avisare for the beta, go to http://avisare.com/join/.

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