ALM, the parent company of ThinkAdvisor, has pooled the expertise of editors across its business-to-business publications to launch the ALM Small Business Adviser, a one-stop resource for small and medium-sized businesses.
Not only do financial advisors serve small-business clients, but many are also small-business owners themselves. In 2021, more than 88% of RIAs worked in firms with 50 employees or fewer, according to the Investment Adviser Association.
The ALM Small Business Adviser, which is rolling out this month, is a collaborative effort by editors across ALM brands including GlobeSt., Law.com, BenefitsPRO and PropertyCasualty360, as well as ThinkAdvisor.
We will report on what business owners need to know in law, real estate, finance, tax planning, employee benefits, insurance and other areas. We will help them navigate challenges throughout the business life cycle, from choosing a structure to hiring employees to succession planning.
In this episode of Insurance Speak, a podcast from PropertyCasualty360 editor-in-chief Patricia Harman talks to three editors (including me) about what ALM Small Business Adviser plans to offer.
The resource is part of Law.com’s Daily Business Review and is free with registration.
ALM Small Business Adviser welcomes industry contributors. To get involved, please email me at [email protected].