by Melissa Stewart
How does your small business Make More Happen? Tell Staples and you could win a branding package valued at $25,000!
Staples, Inc. celebrated National Small Business Week with the launch of unbeatable ink and toner prices and a new in-stock guarantee. To help small businesses make more happen every day, these unbeatable prices on ink and toner are here to stay. In addition, Staples has also unveiled the Make More Happen Contest that will showcase the work of the small business contest winners across the U.S.
According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, more than half of Americans either own or work for a small business. The price cuts and in-stock guarantee unveiled during National Small Business Week are part of Staples commitment to helping small businesses get more for less.
Staples has spent the past 30 years helping small businesses on the path to success, and we are committed to that legacy by continuing to deliver quality products and services at low prices. These unbeatable ink and toner prices are here to stay and help our customers make more happen with their small businesses every day.” -Peter Scala, executive vice president, merchandising, Staples
The Make More Happen Contest – which is currently accepting submissions through May 21 – showcases the winning small businesses. To enter, small businesses simply visit -> staples.com/MakeMoreHappenContest and describe in 200 words or less how their business is “making more happen.”
Five lucky winners will be selected, with each receiving:
- An on-location, 30-second spotlight video about your business. Staples will fly a film crew to your location to create a video and promote it on Facebook, Twitter and more.
- A $1,000 Copy & Print branding package. From business cards to banners, get everything you need to promote like a pro.
At Staples, we want to recognize and share the great work small businesses are doing every day across the country,” said Alison Corcoran, senior vice president North American stores and online marketing, Staples. “The Make More Happen Contest will help us acknowledge small businesses and share their success stories.” -Peter Scala, executive vice president, merchandising, Staples
Get your entries in before May 21st!
Melissa Stewart is a purveyor of possibility, community builder, entrepreneur advocate and coffee enabler. She’s had a “home office” since age 5 (just ask her) and one of her first magazine subscriptions (paid from her piggy bank) was Entrepreneur Magazine. She is passionate about business, addicted to coffee and eternally optimistic. She Owns It is her passion project, dedicated to empowering women entrepreneurs through resources, support and inspiration. Do you tweet? She does (a lot!). Follow her at @melissaonline.