Dallas-based Comerica Bank is expanding its support for small businesses by offering North Texas customers a unique set of new products and services designed to help them grow and succeed. announced that it is
The banking giant said through its new Comerica SmallBizCo-Op concept, Comerica will share its assets and resources with local small business customers to help them achieve their goals.
“At Comerica, we believe in doing everything possible to empower our small business customers and give them the opportunity to succeed,” said Cassandra McKinney, Executive Director of Retail Banking, Comerica Bank, in a statement. I’m here. “These opportunities are aimed at delivering real value to our customers and further strengthening our relationship with them. can be strengthened.”
According to Comerica, small businesses make up 99.9% of the US and 99.8% of Texas. However, most often have significantly smaller budgets, fewer employees, and owners who typically serve more than one role at a time, which often puts them at a disadvantage compared to their larger competitors.
Comerica SmallBizCo-Op is available free of charge to Comerica’s small business customers, the bank said. Comerica said it shares assets and leverage to provide small business customers with a competitive advantage in a difficult business environment.
give small businesses the perks of large corporations
The components of SmallBizCo-Op are:
- SizeUp by Comerica – Comerica’s small business customers have access to competitive market research and data to better understand how their business compares to their competitors and ultimately more informed You can make business decisions based on This offer will be available soon.
- Sports Ticketing Program – Offer your small business the opportunity to entertain clients and share benefits with employees with complimentary Dallas Stars, Texas Rangers, or other Dallas sports tickets. Comerica offers his small business customers two tickets to one home game every 12 months.
- Small Business Advertising Program – Offer small business customers the opportunity to advertise their business through Comerica’s sports media inventory, banking center marketing TV, sponsored events and more. Comerica advertises small businesses for free during games of the Dallas Stars, Texas Rangers, or other Dallas sports. During the Comerica SmallBizCo-op program, the company will be limited to his one radio ad placement.
Comerica SmallBizCo-op also offers customers a way to save on everyday business expenses such as computer equipment, office supplies, etc. through multiple savings, rewards and discount programs. This includes opportunities to:
- Comerica provides small business customers with purchasing power from major office supply retailers and discounts for large businesses, allowing them to save up to 40% on office supplies.
- Small business customers get discounts on software, hardware, computers, and other small business technology solutions.
- Comerica CoReward$ – Small business customers have access to a one-stop online shop with thousands of discounts in over 25 categories updated daily, including travel, home goods, autos, health and more.
Expanding the uplifting experience
The launch of Comerica SmallBizCo-Op is the first of several advanced experiences in Comerica’s long-term strategy to share resources with small business customers, according to the banker. He said more expanded and advanced experiences will be rolled out this year.
“During the initial planning stages, we engaged with a number of small business customers and asked them to directly share their specific pain points and needs. Our products and services are specifically designed to address many of these needs,” said Omar Salah, Director of Small Business Banking at Comerica Bank, in a statement.
Based on the success of the North Texas pilot program, Comerica said it plans to introduce SmallBizCo-Op to other markets nationwide in the coming months and years.
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