About Our Business Directory
Lowellbusiness.com is North America’s largest local search, media, and advertising company. Lowellbusiness.com launched in July of 2012, bringing Lowell companies together with the singular mission of developing innovative solutions to connect consumers and businesses. Hundreds of searches occur daily using Lowellbusiness.com to find, compare, and select local merchants from the Massachusetts area.
The company’s wide range of digital advertising products is designed to address the evolving local search needs of consumers and help advertisers grow their business online. The Business Directory Local Ad Network provides advertisers with an opportunity to tap into more than 60000 monthly unique visitors across 3 affiliated online and Networking channels. Through customized campaigns designed by expert advisors, Lowellbusiness.com provides local businesses with one of the most cost-effective sources for consumer leads.
Founded in 2012, the Boston North Business Association (Aka Tewksbury Business) is composed of professionals doing business in Boston MA and surrounding towns, who meet regularly for the purpose of fostering business development among each other and throughout the community. We are a self-regulating group managed by officers elected from the membership. Our goals are embodied in our mission statement.
Bring together members of the Boston North Business community to promote, network, and advocate in order to create and build a stronger business alliance.
Our philosophy is rather simple and based on the idea of “Paying It Forward”, put other businesses ahead of yours, support other businesses and you will be amazed how much you will get back in loyalty and referrals. The key to true business networking is the establishment of a mutually beneficial relationship, and that’s an incredibly rare event at the standard shake-hands-and-exchange-your-business-card events that are touted as business networking “opportunities”.
The purpose of business networking is to increase business revenue / Leads – one way or another. The thickening of the bottom line can be immediately apparent, as in developing a relationship with a new client, or develop over time, as in learning a new business skill. Our BNBA Association operates as exchanges of business information, ideas, and support. The most important skill for effective business networking is listening; focusing on how you can help the person you are listening to rather than on how he or she can help you is the first step to establishing a mutually beneficial relationship.