- An organization set up to improve the buying power and influence of small businesses
- Business resources and access to experts on operations, taxes, finance, and retirement
- Discounts on a variety of products and services
Founded in 1981 as a way to improve the collective buying power and influence of small business owners, the National Association for the Self-Employed provides a range of resources to help entrepreneurs start and grow their ventures. NASE also serves as an advocacy organization before the federal government and provides its members with benefits such as consolidated buying power for discounts on products and services.
Who’s it for?
Entrepreneurs and other self-employed people looking to improve their business knowledge or reduce their expenses.