Arizona Small Business Association (ASBA)

ASBA is a nonprofit 501(c)6 membership organization that provides resources, representation, assistance and community to a broad and diverse group of businesses across the state. Small Business is OUR business. 

ASBA has been operating for 50 years and is one of the largest trade associations in Arizona. We work tirelessly to support, represent and advocate for the small businesses that make up our membership. ASBA offers relevant education, mentoring, networking, advocacy programs and member benefits to equip businesses with tools for success. We do the research, provide connections and provide businesses with information on critical areas of need, such as cash management, human resources, marketing, insurance and much more. 

As a dominant force in the Arizona business sphere, whether you are a business that is just getting started or a well-established large business, ASBA has the tools and resources to help you grow and thrive in an ever-changing economy. 

What is your 2023 focus?

Our focus in 2023 is catapulting Arizona businesses to success. A new year and business environment requires cutting-edge solutions and leading resources, and ASBA is forging the path ahead with an exclusive ASBA member digital networking community launching early 2023. In addition to ASBA’s expanding networking opportunities, we are focused on meeting the hiring needs of employers statewide. We have two new programs to answer this need: the ASBA Job Board and Growing Opportunities (GO) program — a training/mentorship program designed to empower previously incarcerated individuals to increase their professional skills and find stable employment, or start their own business. 

What are the top benefits of membership and/or participation?

ASBA serves as an extension of our member businesses’ marketing efforts. Top benefits also include mentorship, frequent digital and in-person networking opportunities, an exclusive 401(k) program, cutting-edge technology and cybersecurity education, engaging education modules designed specifically for small business needs, access to hiring resources, and exclusive member discounts through our partners — some of Arizona’s top businesses. 

With more than 3,000 members in the organization, an ASBA membership opens the door to immediate, impactful connections and critical resources. Additionally, our large footprint and dynamic presence in the state means that, through our advocacy initiatives, your business is always represented and protected. 

Local Leader: Debbie Hann

Title: Interim CEO,
Chief Operations Officer (COO)

How Long with Organization? 13 years 

ASBA is committed to serving and representing our members and the small business community with strength, respect, integrity and commitment to their growth and success. 

Organization Name: Arizona Small Business Association (ASBA)

Main Local Office: 11811 N. Tatum Blvd., Phoenix, AZ 85028

Phone: (602) 386-5603


No. of Members: 3,000

Types of Membership: Pro, Advanced, Premier, Apex, Apex Plus

No. of Events per year: 23

Biggest Annual Event:
AZ BizCon Phoenix
May 4th, 2:00pm – 5:00pm

What should a prospective member know about your organization?: Regardless of your business size or industry, an ASBA membership ensures your voice is heard, your needs are met, and your best interests are protected.

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