SYRACUSE, N.Y., Feb. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Brazzlebox, a community focused social network for small and home based business has announced it will be launching Brazzlebox.com in April 2013. It will initially launch in New York in the cities of Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Utica, Albany and the surrounding suburbs. It will then launch nationally soon after. It is expected to fill the current B2B and B2Consumer social networking void within the social media sphere.
Brazzlebox was created for small business by small business. Glen Zinszer, CEO of Brazzlebox, has been a successful small business owner in Syracuse, NY for over 10 years. "Starting and running a small or home-based business takes passionate and dynamic individuals," said Zinszer, "We know how hard you work and the sacrifices you make for your business. That's why we have created a site that makes it easy for you to instantly connect to your communities, speak directly to your customers and form customizable groups and business networks with other like-minded industry professionals within your area."
Other social networks like Facebook and Google+ allow you to share information between family and friends, Linked In has networks designed for professionals and Twitter discusses interests. Now there is Brazzlebox, a full featured social network made exclusively for small and home-based business owners. It is free for users to sign up but Brazzlebox is one of the few social networks with multiple revenue streams from day one."Our goal is to empower small business to help them succeed and grow," said Zinszer. "This is going to do great things for so many people who have sacrificed so much to make their small business successful and we are here to help." Brazzlebox has partnered up with large businesses to offer deals and discounts on products and services small businesses use every day. We are also looking to partner with the chamber of commerce and business development groups everywhere to further assist businesses with important information relevant to their needs.