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A New Option for Small Business Health Insurance

Shawn Turner |

We are excited to announce the creation of a new option for small business owners to access health benefits for themselves, their employees and their families—The COSE Health and Wellness Trust—a self-insured, multiple employer welfare arrangement (MEWA) designed for companies with up to 50 employees participating in health benefits.

In anticipation of the next wave of transition required by the Affordable Care Act, the COSE Health and Wellness Trust gives small business owners another option to meet the health benefit needs of their companies.

Sales and Marketing

Small Budget, Big Content

Kristen Hampshire |

We’re hungry for information, and we consume it with a fast food mentality. We fly in, grab a bite and if there’s a wait or we don’t find what we’re looking for, we’re over it. Our attention span for blah content is zero. It better be interesting and different—it must matter to us personally or professionally. Otherwise … Goodbye.


GTS Insight: 3 Tips to Take Control of Inbound Shipping


In the world of freight, one area that causes ongoing confusion for our small- to midsize-clients is inbound shipping. When you don’t have a dock or logistics resources, inbound shipping can quickly be pushed to a vendor responsibility and control of costs and visibility is lost. Here are three inbound shipping basics to help you save time and money.


3 Ways Small Companies Expand Their Reach: Presented by GTS


For retail giants like Walmart and Amazon that have significant logistics expertise, customer demand for fast or even same-day delivery is by no means impossible—but for SMBs (Small and Medium-sized Business) with fewer resources, this can be very challenging. The reason big companies devote so much money to honing in on their logistics operations is because of its complexity. For most SMBs, the expertise, staff time and money necessary to handle logistics properly is far out of reach—especially when SMBs are focusing on developing and improving product lines and the effectiveness of marketing and sales teams.