Montebello, CA – With a focus on educating small businesses on how they can use Digital Marketing to grow their companies, El Clasificado is set to host their next Su Socio de Negocios Business Expo from 4:00 PM – 9:00 PM at Quiet Cannon in Montebello on Wednesday, April 19, 2023. Partnering with the Hispanic multi-media company for the first time ever in the event will be the Better Business Bureau (BBB) with a focus on educating attendees on how they can leverage the BBB to grow their business.
Priding themselves on transparency and accuracy, the BBB is not only a place where consumers can share their experiences when dealing with a particular business, but they also offer a platform for businesses to resolve complaints, or, taking it a step further than other reputational sites such as online directories, dispute those same complaints to have them dismissed.
Through Su Socio de Negocios, the BBB will be able to provide valuable insights for attendees and businesses of all sizes regarding how to use the platform to create trustworthy and reliable customer experiences as well as how to promote their company through the Better Business Bureau platform.
El Clasificado has been organizing Su Socio de Negocio for the past seventeen years, and each year the event has grown in size and scope. This year’s event is set to be the biggest yet, and the addition of the BBB will make it even more valuable for those attending. “We are thrilled to be partnering with the BBB for this event,” said El Clasificado CEO, Martha de la Torre. “They are an invaluable resource for small businesses, and by having them join us at Su Socio de Negocio, we can ensure that business owners have access to all the tools they need to succeed.”
For more information on the event and to register, please visit elclasificado.cc/ssdn23
About El Clasificado.com
Founded in 1988 by Martha de la Torre and Joe Badame, El Clasificado is a multi-media company currently serving over 100,000 small businesses each week. Since day one this certified minority-owned business has encouraged local communities to thrive with marketplaces in print, online, and through social avenues targeting U.S. Latinos in Spanish and English.