TTI Joins the U.S. Small Business Chamber of Commerce

TTI is now a member of the U.S. Small Business Chamber of Commerce, solidifying our support for the American economy — and the role small businesses play in that economy.

There is no denying that 2020 has been challenging for individuals and businesses alike. During times like these, it is more important than ever to celebrate moments of excitement and progress. As such, today Turn-key Technologies, Inc. (TTI) is excited to announce that we are now a member of the U.S. Small Business Chamber of Commerce. 

This is the next step in our growth as a small business that aims to help the economy, our community, and our customers thrive. With this new membership, TTI joins an innovative group of other small businesses working together to create jobs and make their voice heard in Washington. 


What Is the U.S. Small Business Chamber of Commerce?

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business organization. In its full form, it represents companies of all sizes, across every sector of the economy. Within the broader Chamber of Commerce, a large focus is put on small businesses — which are often seen as the backbone of the nation’s economy.

The U.S. Small Business Chamber of Commerce exists to give small businesses a voice. Rather than leaving individual businesses to advocate for themselves, the Chamber advocates for the collective to foster the right regulatory environment in which small businesses can flourish. By standing up for pro-business policies, small businesses can be better positioned to improve the economy and be a force of good in our society. 

TTI’s membership in the US Small Business Chamber of Commerce solidifies our existing commitment as a small business to support the national economy. And while we are always proud of that role, supporting small businesses has become more valuable and critical than ever during these unprecedented times. 


Supporting Small and Local Businesses

During recent and ongoing periods of social distancing, small businesses have worked harder than ever for opportunities to continue serving their communities. Supporting small businesses during this time is not only an effective way to participate in your local community — it can often lead to better returns on your investments. Some of the biggest reasons you should support small businesses include: 

    • Better Customer Service: Small businesses are known for their customer service. Unlike larger companies that often view their customers as just one cog in a large machine, small businesses value their relationship with each individual customer. They put in the time and effort to get to know your business needs, and are readily available to offer extensive support or customized services if you need help.
      During a time when so much is uncertain, organizations looking for managed services or IT infrastructure support can benefit from partnering with a small business that values customer service.
    • More Innovation: Small businesses often face a much steeper climb to success than their larger counterparts. While challenging, that reality also helps drive innovation for small businesses that need to stand out from the crowd. Not only do these small businesses often work harder to bring you unique and outstanding benefits, but they also often develop close partnerships with associated companies to bring you a range of the newest and most innovative products.
    • Greater Support for the Economy: Small businesses tend to have a much more positive impact on the local economy than large businesses. Small businesses across the country employ a total of 77 million Americans, and have accounted for a huge number of new jobs over the years. It’s important to remember that since small businesses tend to support each other, your patronage at one small business often means you unknowingly extend support to other small businesses.

Personalized Support When You Need It

Clearly, there are a lot of reasons to work with a small business. Whether you’re looking to rehaul your IT infrastructure or are in need of managed services to help you combat more frequent cyber attacks, it’s best to choose a local provider that you know will be there when you reach out.

When you partner with TTI, you can trust that you’re getting personalized support and access to the best products on the market. At TTI, we care about each of our customers and want to help other local businesses and organizations succeed — which is why we’re excited to continue advocating for small businesses via our membership in the U.S. Small Business Chamber of Commerce. Contact us today to learn more about how partnering with our small business can help your organization thrive.

By Tony Ridzyowski


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