Look for us back here on January 3, 2022.
Here’s what the next wave of small business owners will be keeping top of mind as they turn their business dreams into a reality in 2022.
With holiday shopping sales starting earlier, Thanksgiving weekend (including Small Business Saturday) now helps start the holiday season rather than the Friday kickoff it once was.
The importance of supporting local businesses remained top of mind for many consumers.
A national marketing event that reminds consumers why it is important to support small and local business.
Apple Unveils a New Small Business Service That Brings Together Device Management, Support and Storage
Apple says the new service brings together device management, 24/7 Apple Support, and iCloud storage for small businesses with up to 500 employees.
PPP loans and grants are being being used for payroll and other essentials.
With certain jobs becoming harder to fill, wages are growing.
Shoppers rely more on the internet to research and discover products to buy at a physical store.
Funds available will remain the same. This legislation provides more time for loan processing.
Includes extension of pandemic unemployment benefits.
The SBA also announced four additional changes to open the PPP to more underserved small businesses.
For more than 50 years, the U.S. Small Business Administration has celebrated National Small Business Week
Small business owners are seeing a growth in sales but are stunted by not having enough workers.
“Preparing for a stronger tomorrow: Recovery, Adaptation, and Innovation”
You may have unwarranted self-doubt about the health of your business.
“What is a small business?” and some of the other most-asked questions about small business.
While small businesses create jobs, there’s another thing that small businesses and their customers do that’s equally important: They create communities.