Kyndle Benefits

Kyndle stakeholders know the value of their membership and can measure it in many ways, some today and every day and some for forward thinkers. Kyndle’s benefits fall into four broad categories:

Information

Information is power, and Kyndle provides its stakeholders many sources, including free consulting as part of the Executive Exchange Program and through the Small Business Development Center plus regional economic data and market demographics. The State of the City and County addresses, Good Morning Kyndle breakfasts, Brown Bag Lunch Series, weekly updates from the Kentucky General Assembly and the weekly Kyndle E-Newsletter all keep members up to date and thinking about new opportunities.


Services

Kyndle serves its stakeholders with various marketing and promotional tools, including your listing in our online membership directory, member-to-member discounts, a ribbon-cutting for your new business or location, daily customer referrals by Kyndle staff, a gift certificate program, a wide variety of networking opportunities and free exhibit space at the annual business expo. Stakeholders qualify for discounted advertising rates with The Gleaner and WSON. There are also effective advertising possibilities in the Kyndle newsletter and website, and much, much more.


Advocacy

When it comes to advocacy, there is great strength in numbers. When Kyndle speaks on issues important to the business community, government leaders pay attention. They know that Kyndle’s combined stakeholders are crucial to the well-being and future prosperity of all citizens.


Economic Development

Kyndle spearheads industrial recruitment, expansion and retention efforts for Henderson, McLean, Union and Webster counties. Kyndle works closely with city, county, state and community partners to bring new jobs and grow economic and personal prosperity in our four-county region. By becoming a Kyndle stakeholder you are supporting that work and making an investment that will pay big returns for your business and others throughout the region.

 

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