NEWS: Journal and Business Week Team Up on Small Business Special
Sponsors: Share your message with 1.2 million small
business owners and the CPAs who advise them. Deadline August 27.
from AICPA Custom Media Solutions.
of Accountancy is joining hands with Business Week Small
Business edition to bring you a special focus report on real
issues facing today’s small business owners, their success
stories and their purchase habits when it comes to accounting software,
corporate credit cards, key-man insurance and personal financial
planning are critical to their enterprise.
for rates, background information and contact.
According to the U.S. Small Business Administration,
nearly half of today’s small businesses (44.3%) pay the total
U.S. private-sector payroll, while 60 percent to 80 percent of them
have been instrumental in generating new jobs over the past decade.
Where do you come in?
Closely-held companies need information on how to
find fraud, improve the value of boards of directors, changes in
the tax laws, staffing, succession planning, keeping up with standards
and technology — all areas of expertise for today’s
What’s in it for you?
section will not only appear in Business Week but also
in the Journal of Accountancy. Let the numbers speak:
- The special section will be in BusinessWeek’s
SmallBiz magazine — 675,000 small business owners
and senior executives.
- It will also appear in the AICPA’s Journal
of Accountancy — 390,000 CPAs who are financial executives
in business and industry and in CPA firms.
- Bonus distribution in AICPA e-newsletters (200,000+
In addition to an executive roundtable profile in
which one of your senior executives will be interviewed for the
general text along with a headshot, you have the added opportunity
of free exhibit space at an upcoming AICPA conference when you purchase
a full-page advertisement, URL listing in the special section, online
branding in both AICPA’s e-newsletters as well as Business
Week and pre-publication access to proprietary research on the subject.
Don’t miss the boat. For more information
contact Jonathan Miegs or