Benefits of Membership
Your membership increases your visibility in our community, and builds your circle of influence by connecting you with like-minded business professionals. Get access to local business owners and community leaders positioned to help your business and our community prosper by joining The Kingston Business Association today!
1. Create business contacts
The Kingston Business Association initiates numerous business-to-business opportunities for networking and connecting with other local businesses.
2. Receive chamber news and events
Our email marketing campaigns provide interesting information regarding our community and details about up-and-coming networking events.
3. Acquire customer referrals
You want to develop a relationship with other members through methods like networking, social media and hosting events. Gaining new customers means getting your business’s name out there. The more you engage with your business association the more likely you are to obtain those referrals!
4. Bring credibility to your business
Joining KBA is an effective business strategy. You increase your creditability and make a positive perception among consumers and business owners when you’re identified as a member of a business association.
5. Increase your visibility in the community
As a member of the KBA, you will be listed on our online directory, and your business will have the opportunity to be featured on our website. You can also grow your business by advertising with us and sponsoring events. KBA may also promote your grand opening/ribbon-cutting events.
6. Networking opportunities
It’s not really networking — it’s about gaining friends, associates and possible advocates. Building that lasting and meaningful relationship can help gain the trust you need to obtain business with others.
7. Gain a voice in government
We are a membership organization that advocates on behalf of local businesses. It is backed by a board that is comprised of business professionals from the local community. KBA is a valuable resource and we advocate for small businesses through local and state levels.