NFIB Debuts Media Hub to Help Small Businesses

National Federation of Independent BusinessThe National Federation of Independent Business has announced the launch of a media hub for small business owners, providing practical advice for running their companies and information about the activities of government that impact their ability to own, operate and grow their businesses. From its in-house studio near Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., NFIB will produce and syndicate videos and webcasts for NFIB.com, Facebook, YouTube and Yahoo! in addition to other web portals and news sites.

The small business association, which represents small and independent businesses, will feature Small Business Matters with one-on-one and roundtable discussions with political leaders fighting to empower small business. Other content includes video content from NFIB.com Business Resource centers, how-to videos on management and business best practices, educational webinars and business advice and tips on topics such as credit, technology and marketing.

For more information, visit www.nfib.com.

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