AART- American Association of Round Tables
For the most part INDEPENDENT BUSINESS OWNERS are out there by themselves.
No one to bounce ideas off,
No one to share their fears,
No one to just to listen to their concerns.
Roundtable Groups fill that void. A typical roundtable group consists of 9 – 11 owners and top level managers from non-competing companies. They regard one another as trusted members and candidly discuss industry and individual issues. Each roundtable group sets its own agenda: your group will discuss topics you care about. The list of THINGS THAT KEEP YOU UP AT NIGHT will get a lot shorter when you join a Roundtable Group of your peers.
Roundtable members learn how to:
- Increase Sales
- Reduce Expenses
- Increase Employee Productivity
- Improve Bottom Line
- Improve Return On Assets
The American Association of Roundtables (AART) has become a true leader in the development and facilitation of business roundtables. Currently with 26 groups, with over 200 members in 20 states.
All of AART’s roundtable groups are facilitated by industry experts, with decades of hands-on experience.