The National Business Association (NBA) is a not for profit association, specifically designed and actively managed to assist the Self-Employed and Small Business Community in achieving their professional goals.
The NBA uses its group buying power to provide our members with support programs, cost and time saving products, services and valuable small business resource materials.
The NBA is committed to the success of the Self-Employed and Small Business Community and the free enterprise system.
In 1982, the National Business Association (NBA), a non-profit organization for the Self-Employed, Small Business Owners,Entrepreneurs and professionals, was founded. The NBA continuously strives to provide its members with vital support programs, cost and time saving products and services in the areas of Business, Lifestyle, Education, and Health.
In addition to the various support programs available to NBA members, the NBA also maintains close working relationships with organizations throughout the nation that assist the Self- Employed and Small Business Community.
The NBA’s affiliation with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) in Washington, D.C., as well as its regional and district offices nationwide is instrumental in the association’s success. The NBA is highly supportive of the SBA’s major programs, and the Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) chapters.
The association assists SCORE offices in various ways, as well as co-sponsoring forums and seminars to provide a means of education and training to the Self-Employed, Small Business Owners and Entrepreneurs everywhere. The NBA participates in numerous national and local small business events such as:
- the White House Conference on Small Business
- the SBA’s Small Business Week
- Women Owned Business Conferences
Call the National Business Association for more information about the references and resources available to you and your business.