Tribute, Inc. is an ardent supporter of the National Small Business Association (NSBA). As the vice chair for advocacy, Tribute, Inc. president, Tim Reynolds, is part of the leadership representing the interests of the small business community in Washington.
Working alongside the Fix The Debt campaign and a variety of state and local organizations and stakeholders, NSBA has placed deficit reduction and tax reform among their top priorities.
In an effort to provide more specific help to small businesses, NSBA is aligned with two organizations dedicated to aid those in the technology field and exporters – SBTC (Small Business Technology Council) and SBEA (The Small Business Exporters Association of the United States).
The Small Business Technology Council is a non-partisan, non-profit industry association of companies dedicated to promoting the creation and growth of research-intensive, technology-based U.S. small business.
In addition to their vigorous lobbying efforts in Washington, D.C., SBTC members benefit from their vast expertise in tax simplification and fairness, procurement, regulatory reform, affordable health care, small business technology funding, and small-business exporting.
SBEA is a non-partisan, non-profit industry association of companies dedicated to promoting the creation and growth of small and mid-size business exporters in the United States. The international trade arm of the NSBA, they provide its members with networking opportunities as well as cost saving tools.
Tribute, Inc. develops and supports ERP distribution management software for the industrial marketplace and counts many successfull small businesses among its clientele.