New Business Leads – Reach New Businesses With Powerful Data
Market to young, growing businesses effectively and efficiently at the earliest stages of their existence. They’re a moving target, and they’re moving fast. Reach new businesses and contact decision makers when they are open to relationships that can sustain them at start up and into the future.
The cornerstone of our data is our 25 year partnership with Dun & Bradstreet, meaning we can offer preferred access to all D&B New Business data. Plus, we have exclusive management relationships with leading New Businesses data resources. All of our sources combine peerless quality control with state of the art compiling techniques to ensure the new businesses data we offer is fresh and accurate. Reaching the incredible diversity of new businesses that start up each month – each day – means a cookie cutter approach to data won’t do.
Customize Precisely With Our Library Of New Businesses Databases:
The definitive database that focuses on reaching new businesses and startups. Stay current with accurate, responsive data on these new ventures as they grow. Contact entrepreneurial decision-makers when they are looking for suppliers they can trust.
The data is refreshed every 24 hours, so it’s practically a real-time resource. The file is built from public records and government sources including State, County and City filings including new incorporation, new d/b/a, trade and new business licenses.
Target these young, growing businesses that are either brand-new to the world or are recently formed, and new to the D&B file.
Track monthly changes in trade lines extended to young, small businesses for goods and services, an indicator of company size and health.
Reach new businesses & startups at their earliest stages – often within three days of their business filing. Proprietary software enables email address append.
New business records are sourced from Internet & website registrations, available days after inception. Also available is a monthly hotline of new businesses at business & home address.
What New Businesses Data Selects Are Available?
Firmographic, geographic, and demographic data selections are available in great detail. Harness the power and diversity of our entire library of New Business data to create your perfect mailing lists. In an era of pinpoint segmentation and personalized messaging, you need the best data you can get. These entrepreneurs are risking everything in uncertain time. They expect complete understanding of who they are, and what their business needs, every time you reach them. Nothing less will do.
Data Selections include:
4 Digit SIC Code
Number Of Employees
Birth Month / Date
Buyer Product Category
Lifestyle And Hobbies
How Early Can New Businesses Be Reached?
Reach new businesses and start ups at the earliest stages of their existence – as little as 3 days from registration filing – when they’re poised for expansion. Contact decision makers when they are looking for suppliers they can trust at start up and into the future.
Before you sell them, get to know them. New businesses are chaotic, high energy situations. Reach often overwhelmed entrepreneurs at home, away from the distractions of the workplace with the Executives at Home Database from D&B. While you have their attention they may respond to products and services that enhance their lives away from work.
What New Businesses Need:
- Legal Services
- Accounting Services
- Marketing Services
- Web Development
- Office Supplies
- Office Furniture
- …and much more
Why Market To New Businesses Now?
New business formation happens constantly, in any economic climate. A great many successful companies started up during recessions or worse. A report from the Kauffman Foundation found that more than half of Fortune 500 companies started up during a bear market or a recession. Some notable icons are General Electric (1892), General Motors (1908), IBM (1911), Disney (1929), HP (1939), and on to FedEx (1971), and Microsoft (1975). The list includes those that survived the Dot-Com Bust of 2000-01 like Google (1998) and Salesforce (1999). And then there are successful companies founded during the Great Recession of 2008-09 and its aftermath, including Uber (2009), Slack (2009), Square (2009), and Pinterest (2010).
Be There From The Beginning
According to the Census Bureau, new and younger businesses have historically been net contributors of jobs to the economy, especially during recessions. Older, larger enterprises have been responsible for workforce losses. Over 22 million jobs disappeared in less than a month during the coronavirus outbreak. New businesses will provide the foundation for job growth as the economy recovers. Marketing to companies that are brand new or in their fledgling years has proven time and again to be a good bet.