Tag Archives: Small Business Saturday

Sequester Is Signal To Let Main Street Lead

Sequester – the latest scene in our federally sponsored passion play over budget issues that is becoming the norm. Maybe it’s finally time to look inward and empower Main Street to lead our sustainable recovery. Obviously, the country’s issues didn’t … Continue reading

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Small Business Marketing-Try, Try To Begin

A small, green thought leader from far, far away famously declared there were only two paths – do or do not. Well, upon further review, the master’s seminal message may need an amendment. Recently, efforts for a client to promote … Continue reading

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One Day Sale-Small Business Needs More Than Cash Mobs

On Saturday, March 24th, the newest trend in small business support officially arrives – Cash Mob Day. Like Small Business Saturday, it is welcome since some urgency is better than none. But, mob action aside, we need more than one … Continue reading

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A Small Business Stimulus?

Managing and marketing a small business is a challenge in the best of times. Now, economic rules being considered at the Federal level could change the game for owners and customers – creating sweeping changes in how we shop and … Continue reading

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