Did you know that August 28th is National Franchise Appreciation Day?
Well, it might not be Thanksgiving or Christmas, but it is a nice opportunity for businesses to pool together cooperatively. The concept behind National Franchise Appreciation Day is for small businesses to work together and serve one another. It could be like retail companies working together to get a good deal on equipment from a supplier or food companies getting cheaper shipping from buying so much volume from a single distributor.
In other words, small businesses, those not in direct competition with one another need not be enemies but may discover opportunities to overcome common business bottlenecks.
Cooperative Advertising is another way to celebrate National Franchise Appreciation Day. All your business needs to do is advertise the goods, services, and wares of another company (and vice versa) and you would be participating. Examples of ways you can share advertising would be through digital ads, direct mail campaigns, trade shows, and more. Notice how that would be so much cheaper than paying an external firm to advertise for you. With cooperative advertising, you would be sharing the costs for locally placed advertising between each other.
You could also mark the day by running promotions like discounts or giveaways to generate new customers. Of course, this could also include cross-branding where you would exchange promotions with other small businesses.
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