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ACBJ to Disclose Investment Attitudes, Strategies of Small & Mid-Size Business Owners --More Than One Third Qualify as 'Mass Affluent'; All Show Clear Spending and Brand Preference Within Banking and Financial Services Sectors --Exclusive Findings to be R


NEW YORK, May 10, 2010 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- WHAT: Comprehensive findings of an exclusive study on the income, spending, investments and brand preferences of small to mid-sized business (SMB) owner in the U.S. Findings include: Sentiments on the financial services category and overall economy Shifts in investment strategies Top 10 banking brands Top 10 financial services brands Other details on the $605 billion opportunity these high-value investors represent WHO: Godfrey Phillips, Vice President for Research at American City Business Journals, the largest publisher of business-to-business information in the United States.

WHEN: May 11th at 4:15 pm CT WHERE: Net.Finance 2010 - Marketing for Banks, the premiere financial services marketing conference. The Mid-America Club, Chicago, IL. Online at, ACBJ's national business news site that provides services for small and mid-sized business executives.

HOW: Speaker Presentation: "Today's Prime Investors: the SMB Market" WHY: These affluent SMB owners represent a crucial growth market for financial services.

Contact: Maggie Duquin or Sharon Oh | Brainerd Communicators, Inc. | (212) 986-6667 or SOURCE American City Business Journals Copyright (C) 2010 PR Newswire. All rights reserved -0- KEYWORD: New York INDUSTRY KEYWORD: FIN SUBJECT CODE: PDT