Kingsport, TN, September 07, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- KOSBE 2.0 app users can receive updates regarding new training opportunities and events, stay up-to-date with social media dialogue, and be the first to hear about changes and good news related to KOSBE Awards. Clients and prospects can also request an appointment, sign up for a monthly newsletter, and provide feedback through timely industry surveys.
According to the app developer, Keddrain Bowen, Appville 101’s president and founder, “Whether you are a current client, or not, KOSBE 2.0 is the easiest way to stay in the loop and stay connected for small business owners and entrepreneurs—no matter what stage of the business lifecycle, no matter what industry, no matter what size.”
KOSBE 2.0 is free and available for download today on the Apple iTune App Store or Android Marketplace.
About Appville 101
Appville 101 designs and develops apps, web sites and videos that allow customers to create a viral buzz and connect with their audience. Appville 101 strategies and solutions increase customer awareness, create brand loyalty, intensify traffic and drive sales. To date, Appville 101 has designed and developed more than 60 apps on iPhone, iPad and Android for diverse industry categories including but not limited to Restaurants, Realtors, Lifestyle, Education, Healthcare, Retail, Nonprofit, Finance, and Service. Visit the Appville 101 website.
In 2004, the Kingsport Chamber of Commerce and City of Kingsport jointly formed the Kingsport Office of Small Business Development & Entrepreneurship (KOSBE), a 501(c)(3) non-profit economic development organization, to specifically nurture, counsel and encourage the continued robust growth and development of startups and existing small businesses in Kingsport, Tennessee and surrounding areas.
KOSBE is proud to be the Kingsport Affiliate Office of the Tennessee Small Business Development Centers (TSBDC) at East Tennessee State University, whose primary function is to provide counseling services and educational opportunities to entrepreneurs and “for profit” new and existing small businesses.