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Adssav is a google partnered ads/marketing platform. Working with industrial leaders in design&marketing gives us the edge to grow fast. We are dedicating to help clients execute marketing strategies and utilize resources across all channels to drive overall growth. 

Bizssav

Bizssav working with many organizations provide business related services at the best coast. With saving in mind, our platform helped over 200 local businesses including their business registration, location, property management, insurance, PR and so on.

Drivessav

Drivessav car rental solution helps our client stay on top of their auto budget. With saving in mind, we provide vehicle pay per use service integrated with auto wrapping service. We believe the future of car usage can be simple and also not as budget stressful.

Freessav

Sampling made simple. We believe by working with industry's leading sample provider. Letting our customers try the newest and healthiest products even before the product launch! Engage end users to make contribution to product development.

Freitssav

By working with global freight carriers, Freitssav offering unique air, ocean, land (A-O-L) logistic solutions to help drive down logistic costs. With more than 30 years of logistics experience, we believe unique and brave approach is beneficial to our clients in the long run.

Hygissav

Hygissav providing B2B solutions for businesses on their daily cleaning needs. We are dedicated to help business facilities stay clean and show case their corporate images. We partnered with multiple companies to provide the best cleaning supplies and solutions.

Paidssav

Paidssav is a platform helping companies and individuals with financial needs. We are specializing in investment, invoice financing, small business loan. Besides that we also developed our own payment system and prepaid cards in order to satisfy our customers.

Postssav

Mailbox store is a typical local oriented service. Using block chain technology connect with local traditional mailbox stores and integrate online to offline last mile delivery, local pick ups and local services into mailbox stores. Simple idea that can change people's lives.

ussav

Ussav provide daily essential products at bulk sale price. By analyzing big data and consumer behaviors, we offer only the most popular items for users to ensure they have the best shopping experience. Restocking for holidays, gift shopping, daily savings and so on.

adssav

Adssav is a google partnered ads/marketing platform. Working with industrial leaders in design&marketing gives us the edge to grow fast. We are dedicating to help clients execute marketing strategies and utilize resources across all channels to drive overall growth. 

Bizssav

Bizssav working with many organizations provide business related services at the best coast. With saving in mind, our platform helped over 200 local businesses including their business registration, location, property management, insurance, PR and so on.

Drivessav

Drivessav car rental solution helps our client stay on top of their auto budget. With saving in mind, we provide vehicle pay per use service integrated with auto wrapping service. We believe the future of car usage can be simple and also not as budget stressful.

Freessav

Sampling made simple. We believe by working with industry's leading sample provider. Letting our customers try the newest and healthiest products even before the product launch! Engage end users to make contribution to product development.

Freitssav

By working with global freight carriers, Freitssav offering unique air, ocean, land (A-O-L) logistic solutions to help drive down logistic costs. With more than 30 years of logistics experience, we believe unique and brave approach is beneficial to our clients in the long run.

Hygissav

Hygissav providing B2B solutions for businesses on their daily cleaning needs. We are dedicated to help business facilities stay clean and show case their corporate images. We partnered with multiple companies to provide the best cleaning supplies and solutions.

Paidssav

Paidssav is a platform helping companies and individuals with financial needs. We are specializing in investment, invoice financing, small business loan. Besides that we also developed our own payment system and prepaid cards in order to satisfy our customers.

Postssav

Mailbox store is a typical local oriented service. Using block chain technology connect with local traditional mailbox stores and integrate online to offline last mile delivery, local pick ups and local services into mailbox stores. Simple idea that can change people's lives.

ussav

Ussav provide daily essential products at bulk sale price. By analyzing big data and consumer behaviors, we offer only the most popular items for users to ensure they have the best shopping experience. Restocking for holidays, gift shopping, daily savings and so on.

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8 Ways to Grow Your Small Business

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Generating new business by growing your customer base is important to your business success. However, it can sometimes be very challenging. Here are some practical tips to help you grow your customer base.

Get to know your customers  

Understand your customer's needs and develop products and services that meet those needs. You can gain insight into your customers by personalizing your

services and encouraging them to provide you with feedback.

Offer great customer service  

Ensure your customer service is exceptional and go the extra mile when you can. Your customers will not only remember great service they will also be more

likely to refer other people to you.

Nurture existing customers and look for new opportunities  

Have strategies in place to nurture existing customers, such as staying in contact with them via an e-newsletter or letting them know about promotional

events ahead of time.  At the same time, look for opportunities to get more work and build your customer base. Make sure you find the right balance

between nurturing customers and finding new ones.

Use social media  

Social media is a powerful tool to promote your business to potential customers and gain valuable insight through ‘social listening’. Through social listening

you can find out what customers are saying about you, gain insight into their behavior, identify keywords and trends that appeal to your target market and

so improve your customer service. Social media can help you to build your business profile and attract new customers.

Attend networking events  

Invest time to build your networks – it’s not what you know but who you know.

Networking allows you to build relationships with other people and encourage them to refer customers to you through word of mouth.

Host events  

Hosting your own event can be a great way to get to know your customers and build relationships. Invite some of your best existing customers and

encourage them to bring their friends.

Give back to your community  

Building brand awareness in your local community is a great way to attract new business. Consider sponsorship or participating in a community event to

raise your business profile.

Measure what works and refine your approach as you go  

You should monitor your customers are coming from in order to measure whether your marketing activities are successful or not. Don’t be afraid to

experiment. Refine your approach if something is not working and focus more time on the activities that achieve the best results.




Machine Learning-driven Alice for Small Business growth gets Series A Investment

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Alice, a free platform powered by Machine Learning that guides business owners through the growth of their company, today announced Bumble and Serena Ventures as investors in Alice that will ensure every founder, no matter their background, has the opportunity to launch and scale. Together, Alice, Bumble, and Serena Ventures, led by Serena Williams, will provide access to critical growth resources, guidance, and small business opportunities for everyone with an entrepreneurial spirit. In honor of this announcement, Alice is paying it forward, providing a financial grant and mentorship to one small business owner who applies at www.helloalice.com.

Alice is one of a small yet growing group of platforms and small-business facing services openly welcoming business people from minority and groups facing bias and discrimination. A distinguishing factor in this platform is the integration of machine learning in delivery of services, which recently has been pointed out as easily being marred in commercial use by hidden bias from the use of algorithms that haven’t been specifically checked and modified appropriately.

“Alice helps connect business owners to resources important for their individual industry growth. As an investor in the company, we are working to ensure that women, people of color, the LGBTQ+ community, and all underrepresented groups in business are given equal access to funding, networking, and services that are vital to success,” said Serena Williams.

Bumble and Serena Ventures  SVB Financial Group, Silicon Valley Bank’s holding company, as lead, as well as Cathie Reid, Jean Case, Phyllis Newhouse, Shatter Fund, and Signia Venture Partners in Alice’s latest Series A financing round. Amounts are not disclosed. As part owners in the company, Bumble and Williams will facilitate the expansion of Alice’s machine learning capabilities to provide carefully curated business resources to Alice users based on their stage of growth, location, industry, and more. Alice is aggregating the most comprehensive set of SMB trend analysis and insights in the world, supporting its goal of removing barriers to vital resources that women, people of color, veterans, and LGBTQ+ entrepreneurs face when launching businesses.

“Alice could not be a better fit for Bumble as we expand on our mission to empowering connections in people’s work lives as well as their personal relationships,” said Bumble founder and CEO Whitney Wolfe Herd. “At the end of the day, we work to give women the tools they need to make the first move, and investing in Alice’s platform – geared towards uplifting women and other underrepresented small business owners – is a great way for us to continue to get more involved in our local communities and ultimately help positive change in the broader business community.”

Integral to the raise is a first-of-its-kind #MeToo morality clause. The clause reinforces the commitment of both Alice and its investors to ensure Alice board members and voting stockholders are held accountable for choices that could affect Alice’s workforce and community of over 100,000 business owners. The clause requires stockholders to use corporate governance mechanisms to vote for removal of any board member in the event of a “#MeToo event, racial discrimination, and/or sexual orientation discrimination incident.”

“Having business leaders like Serena Williams and Whitney Wolfe Herd as part owners in Alice has d a dream team of savvy investors,” said Elizabeth Gore, president and chairwoman of Alice. “We see our partnership as an extension of the work Serena and Bumble have already done to advance women and New Majority owners in business, and we are thrilled to welcome their perspectives and input as we expand our reach into local business communities and bring forward business for all in 2020.”

As Alice expands its platform to provide valuable resources to small business owners across the country, Serena Williams and Whitney Wolfe Herd are ing together with Alice founders Elizabeth Gore and Carolyn Rodz to further advance the powerhouse intelligent business advising company in order to cultivate the success of every entrepreneur.

By Dean Meyers

car-sharing apps is fueling tax debate

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When Chris Williamson was in the market for a new family car, a timely ad and conversations with a co-worker convinced him to try something out of the ordinary. He bought a BMW 3 Series convertible and covers the payments by renting it to strangers on a peer-to-peer car sharing app called Turo.

It allows his family of seven to have a nicer car, essentially for free.

“It’s great to have that little bit of extra income and not have to worry about the car payments,” said Williamson, a teacher from the Phoenix area.

But his customers and others using car-sharing apps around the United States get their rentals tax-free. That’s made them a target for rental car companies, airport authorities and local governments. They say users of the upstart apps should pay the same taxes and fees that come with traditional rental cars.

At stake is hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue that cities and airports count on to pay for stadiums and convention centers or to fund police, fire and other general operations.

“These companies are very sophisticated, technology-savvy companies that have hundreds of millions of dollars invested in each of them,” said Ray Wagner, senior vice president for government relations at Enterprise Holdings, parent of the nation’s largest car-rental firm. “They should be expected to comply with the same rules as a small, mom and pop rental car company located in rural Arizona.”

Turo says Enterprise is trying to stifle competition.

Car-sharing companies, including Turo and GetAround, function like Airbnb for vehicles, allowing people to rent out their cars when they’re not using them. Founded about a decade ago, they’ve taken off recently with the help of millions of dollars from venture capital firms and other investors.

That’s put them in conflict with the $42 billion-per-year rental car industry and the tourism and government agencies that tax it and regulate safety and consumer protections.

The battle is heating up in some three dozen state legislatures as well as the courts and offices of local tax authorities. Barraged with lobbying from both sides, lawmakers are grappling with how to regulate an emerging industry without destroying it — a repeat of recent fights between the taxi industry and Uber and Lyft, and between hotels and Airbnb.

“The tragedy would be if we snuffed out something like this in its infancy that has a lot of great potential,” said Arizona Rep. Travis Grantham, a Republican who has introduced legislation backed by Turo that would exempt car-sharing from all rental car taxes except the standard sales taxes.

Tourism taxes have long been popular with politicians who can use surcharges on hotel rooms and rental cars — paid largely by visitors who vote else — to raise money for local priorities.

Forty-four states levy excise taxes on rental cars — on top of the standard sales tax, if one applies — and most allow local governments to levy their own as well, according to a March study by the Tax Foundation, a conservative think tank. Airports often add surcharges to pay for sprawling rental-car facilities.

Taxes, fees and surcharges can add as much as 30 percent to the cost of renting a car while generating millions of dollars.

In metropolitan Phoenix, the baseball league that draws fans to 10 stadiums for spring training every March could see a sharp decrease in revenue as the new platform for car rental grows, said its president, Jeff Meyer. Rental car taxes help cover debt payments for some of the Cactus League’s facilities and for the Arizona Cardinals football stadium.

California, Oregon and Washington passed legislation on car-sharing years before the industry took off, and Maryland did so last year. Bills governing the practice have been introduced in more than 30 other states, with the fight especially contentious in Colorado, Alaska, Arizona, Florida, Illinois, New Mexico and Ohio.

Turo also is fighting in court with Los Angeles and San Francisco airport authorities, which contend the company should pay fees. Meanwhile, Chicago tax authorities wrote that car-sharing is subject to rental car taxes in response to questions from an Enterprise lawyer, according to a letter provided by the company.

In Arizona, Enterprise is backing legislation that would tax car-sharing such as rental cars and require them to enter agreements with airports to use their facilities, while Turo supports a proposal that would exempt car-sharing companies from most taxes.

In Ohio, a detailed package of new regulations on car-sharing companies was tucked into the House version of the state transportation budget. It came as the Columbus Regional Airport Authority broke ground on a new $140 million car rental facility that relies on a steady stream of car rental user fees.

The peer-to-peer companies won a temporary reprieve earlier this year, as the provision was ped from the bill. But Ohio Sen. Bob Peterson, the No. 2 Republican, said he anticipates a stand-alone regulatory bill will be introduced soon.

“I think everybody was agreed this is a new industry that needs some more regulation,” Peterson said.

Both sides portray their position as a matter of fairness.

Those supporting stricter regulations say people who rent out their cars for profit should not only pay the taxes but meet the safety and transparency requirements that go with renting a car.

“The goal is leveling the playing field,” said Arizona Rep. David Livingston, a Republican who is sponsoring legislation to treat car-sharing firms like rental car companies. “You want all these companies operating with the same type of rules and regulations so they can compete and the best one wins, whoever that is.”

Turo’s lobbyists point to the billions of dollars car-rental firms save on taxes. Most states charge no sales tax for vehicles sold exclusively for rental, and allow those companies to pass along vehicle licensing fees to customers.

Turo asks why its users should pay rental taxes if they’re not exempt from other vehicle taxes that benefit rental car companies.

“Our host community is individuals that are just trying to offset the cost of a car,” said Steve Webb, the company’s vice president of communications. “And Enterprise is this $24 billion Goliath that is using their political connections to stifle innovation.”

Turo says more than 95% of its 197,000 “hosts” share three or fewer cars on the platform. But some of the company’s 350,000 listed vehicles are owned by people who rent out small fleets.

Wagner, the Enterprise executive, calls it “politically motivated fiction” for Turo to focus on taxes paid by people who occasionally list their car.

For Williamson, the Phoenix teacher who rents his BMW through Turo, the prospect of his customers having to take on those taxes and surcharges is concerning. The people who rent his BMW are looking to splurge. He also sometimes rents his family’s Honda Pilot SUV.

“Any time you start to creep the price up for anything, you’re going to get people who say, ‘Oh, I guess we won’t take the convertible this weekend. We’ll just take whatever Hertz has on special,’ ” he said.


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