With more than 80 per cent of its client base being recognized as small businesses, BTC has again marked the month of October as “Small Business Month”. The company kicked off its month long series of events on Friday, September 28th during the Fantastic Fridays cocktail reception at John Watling’s Estate.
Head of B2B Operations Andre Knowles said, “Every year we examine how we can meet the needs of our small business owners, especially because they represent 80 per cent of our client base. This year, we paired the kick off of Small Business Month with the launch of the Samsung Note 9, allowing our clients to benefit from device discounts. Our theme for the month is “The Power of Partnerships,” and fifty of our clients joined us at Fantastic Fridays where we officially launched the month of activities.”
Over the years, BTC has placed special emphasis on the small business community. Knowles continues, “A few years back BTC proactively introduced a small business unit within our team noting the importance of ensuring the needs of this growing community were met. We have arms throughout the country and there are dedicated small business partners in Grand Bahama and Abaco. We want to ensure that our customers get the services that they actually need to make their business successful.”
Throughout the month, the company will highlight some of its small business customers including Bahama Handprints, Café Channing Noelle, Jessica’s Tilework Studios and Pupstar Entertainment through its BTC Connection Series. During the month, BTC will also host a series of corporate mixers at their store locations in New Providence and Grand Bahama. Customers can follow BTC’s social media pages for more details. Prospective customers can reach the BTC Small Business team at 302-7700 for on-site consultations.