New York - May 11, 2011 - To celebrate Small Business Week (May 16 - 20), Chase is offering small business customers $1,000 in incentives to expand their relationship during the week - including two exclusive eCommerce solutions to help run their businesses more effectively over the long run.
These programs continue the momentum of Chase's recent commitment to lend $12 billion to small businesses in 2011. Part of Chase's strategy is to expand both its lending and deposit businesses through Small Business Week promotions such as the following $1,000 in savings, rebates and refunds*:
*Details available only by visiting with a Chase banker during Small Business Week
Chase teamed up with Google to provide exclusive additional benefits in one of the fastest-growing areas for small businesses: Online marketing.
"Being an industry leader means you can bring people together around - in this case - a virtual table to share best practices," said Richard Quigley, President of Ink from Chase. "Google has been a tremendous partner with Chase, helping our clients get immediate benefit from their advice and experience." (More at: www.inkfromchase.com/events/)
"Clients tell us they are expanding online to add customers and grow revenue, so we launched Instant Storefront from Chase as a one-stop shop to help them," said Michael Cleary, CEO of Chase Business Banking, which serves 2 million clients across the country. "It's just another way Chase bankers can be key partners in our clients' success."
Instant Storefront from Chase is an all-inclusive web solution for small business owners to easily set up an online store and streamline the customer payment process. A $100 cash-back coupon eases the way for new customers. See an online demo of Instant Storefront from Chase:
Chase serves more than 2 million small business customers through bankers based in more than 5,400 branches across 23 states. Chase is the number one volume SBA lender and leading provider of deposit and cash management services, payment solutions, and a broad array of lending products to meet clients' capital needs. Chase is the U.S. consumer and commercial banking business of JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM), which operates more than 5,400 branches and 15,000 ATMs nationally under the Chase brand. Chase has 146 million credit cards issued and serves consumers and small businesses through bank branches, ATMs and mortgage offices as well as through relationships with auto dealerships and schools and universities. More information about Chase is available at www.chase.com.
*Visit a Chase branch for full offer details.