Sen. John McCain will be a keynote speaker at the NFIB's 2008 National Small Business Summit. The Summit will be held Monday, June 9 and Tuesday, June 10 at the Grand Hyatt Washington in Washington, D.C., Sen. McCain is scheduled to address attendees at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday. Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obabama have been asked to speak as wel Read More
If you are striving to implement changes that make a difference in the environment, let your customers know about it. For example, especially in areas where air quality is an issue, if you are switching to the Toyota Prius for company vehicles, make a note of that on your website. Many companies have found that this actually is bringing in additio Read More
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The American Small Business League has expressed displeasure with the candidates' perceived lack of attention to small business issues. However, although the candidates may not directly address small businesses, their stances on health care and tax reform could affect small business in the future. Read More
Small business owners are optimistic about the U.S. economy in 2008, according to a survey released Monday by The Alternative Board. Nearly 57 percent of respondents said they planned to add employees in 2008, according to a poll of members of the Denver-based Alternative Board's 330 boards. More than 1,000 small business owners across the nati Read More
The slowing economy and the possibility that we're headed for a recession are worrisome subjects for small business owners, whose biggest concern is how to keep sales coming in when customers are becoming shy about spending. Read More
Many marketers, particularly online, concentrate on reaching younger users. But that could be a multibillion-dollar mistake. Overall, older Americans make up the most affluent segment of the US population. And they are online.
”Internet usage by baby boomers—and over-60s—is projected to continue rising well into the future,” says Paul Verna, eMa Read More
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