Wednesday, January 5, 2011

A Business Newsletter That Winds Up on Your Bulletin Board, Not in Your Trashcan

Yesterday, we told you that Think Big Partners has some big things planned for entrepreneurs, innovators, startups and small business owners in 2011.  Not only will two major announcements be made on January 12th at our Sneak Preview event, but we are also launching another concept that will allow entrepreneurs to gain knowledge, insight, news and inspiration on a regular basis. 

Think Big Partners’ new initiative, a regular informative online newsletter, is to be launched this January in an effort to inform Kansas City entrepreneurs and beyond about what’s going on in the entrepreneurial world locally, regionally, and nationally. 

We know that you’ve seen business newsletters before—and we also know that many of them wind up in your garbage can.  We are looking to create a newsletter that doesn’t wind up in your trash bin, but instead, on your bulletin board.  We want to create something that can inform a creative, driven, enthusiastic, inspired, dedicated and hard-working entrepreneur just like you.

So if you want to stay current on what’s going on in the entrepreneurial world—from business advice, to our own rising tenant stories, to inspirational quotes, to hard-driven factual information—sign up for the Think Big Partners online newsletter!

For more information about our online newsletter, please contact Think Big Partners at

Written by Allison Way.  Allison is a writer and videographer for Think Big Partners.  To read more of Allison’s work, please visit the Kansas City Entrepreneurship Examiner as well as articles for Helium, Newsvine, eZine and BrooWaha. 
To sign up for the Think Big Partners online newsletter, please visit the Think Big Partners website and enter your email address into the newsletter information found on the right-hand side of the page. 

The Think Big Partners online newsletter will provide
entrepreneurs with information right at their fingertips.

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