Atkins Marketing Solutions Offers Its Own Stimulus Plan To Help Small Businesses Endure Recession

Orange, CA (PressExposure) April 24, 2009 -- Atkins Marketing Solutions, a marketing consulting company for the small business market, announced today the release of the Atkins Marketing Stimulus Plan, a presentation and workshop designed to help small businesses fight the effects of recession.

“The Atkins Marketing Stimulus Plan applies 15 principles of marketing to help small businesses survive during our economic downturn and recession,” stated Stuart Atkins, MBA, owner and founder of Atkins Marketing Solutions.

This marketing stimulus content is available only through a live and interactive presentation, delivered by Atkins. “It’s possible for small businesses to navigate recession in a cost-effective and prudent manner. Now is the time to take advantage of less media clutter and your competition’s cutbacks. Advancing during fearful, economic retreat is the perfect opportunity for small businesses to expand their marketshare. This material will help a small business get back to marketing basics—a strategy often neglected during stressful economic times,” noted Atkins.

Click on the link below to see a brief video about the Marketing Stimulus Plan:

“The Atkins Stimulus Plan can be customized for any size meeting, event or tradeshow,” according to Atkins.

About Atkins Marketing Solutions

Atkins Marketing Solutions provides marketing services for small businesses and organizations. Services include: speaking; keynotes; market research; brand and product positioning; marketing audits and assessments; product management; idea creation and concept development; sales tools and kits; business writing; website messaging; e-mail marketing campaigns; press releases and announcements; and case studies. Atkins Marketing Solutions is a member of the American Marketing Association, the Orange Chamber of Commerce and the Better Business Bureau.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 24, 2009 at 10:33 am
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