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Are small businesses just lemmings stampeding inexorably over the fiscal cliff? Or are they planning on building a bridge to prosperity in the new year? The news for this past workweek suggested the latter, with new strategies, new hires, cost savings, and contracts promising greater revenue and success just over the horizon.
The work week of December 10-14, 2012 brought a mixed bag of presents in terms of small business news.
Small businesses enjoyed a big moment on Saturday, as consumers headed out and spent $5.5 billion at small shops as part of this year’s Small Business Saturday.
The big number may be due largely to consumer awareness, as the National Federation of Independent Business reported a jump in the last few weeks leading up to Small Business Saturday.
Whether or not you eat big on Thursday, get ready to think small on Saturday. Small businesses, that is. November 24 marks Small Business Saturday®, a day dedicated to supporting small businesses nationwide that contribute to the economy and their community. Whether you’re a small-business owner or a customer, we hope you partake in the… Read the full article.
Unless the end of Daylight Saving Time completely threw you, your clocks, and your calendar for a loop, you’re well aware that today is an important day here in the U.S. Small businesses have been at the forefront of many debates, political discussions, and all-around election conversations, so it’s important to cast your ballot. On a… Read the full article.