Statistics of Small and Medium Enterprises in Texas

Small and medium scale businesses are one of the most vibrant sectors playing a good part in the economy of Texas. The significance of the small and medium enterprises are derivable for its capacity in the generation of employment, requirement for technology and low capital, use of local resources and inherited skill, organizing of resources and final exportability of products. This article furnishes statistics about Texas small and medium businesses.

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Employers, Employees And Labor Unions Under National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)

About NLRA NLRA stands for National Labor Relations Act. The law gives the employees the right to organize and form unions in order to bargain collectively for better terms and conditions at workplace. This law provides provisions for employees to ensure their own interests and welfare by engaging in certain welfare activities and putting their demands collectively before their employer. A new or existing employee is free to join any union as per his choice …

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Why Your Small Business Should Choose Online Advertising Today?

According to the research report by “Ad-ology” about ‘planning of small businesses spending on advertisements in 2013’, which is generated by surveying 1,438 small businesses in USA in January 2013 30.5% of small business spend more than $1000 every year for advertising their company and product in 2012. This includes both traditional and online advertisement. Businesses said that they increase this number in 2013 for spending on social media marketing, mobile marketing and digital marketing. …

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Ireland SMEs – Basic Figures

According to the statistics released by EU, the total share of Irish SMEs in all businesses is same as the EU average. It consists of very few micro enterprises. But the percentage of small enterprises present are twice as high as EU average and the share of medium-sized being significantly much higher. Irish SMEs statistics: The number of enterprises has grown remarkably by 18,000 (23 %), from 2002 to 2008, when compared to average EU-growth(13%). …

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US Small Business Facts of 2008: SBA

Many of the nation wide new jobs are created by small businesses. They almost provide employment for about half of the nation’s private sector work force. They also provide half of the nations private real gross domestic product (GDP), nonfarm and also a significant share in innovations. There was 1.1 percent increase in Real Gross Domestic Product this year. But during the fourth quarter, GDP was down 6.3 percent on annualized basis. There was modest …

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US Small Business After Crisis

Small businesses in United States suffered a lot during 2007-2009 recession. As per a recent Deutsche Bank research survey, small businesses are showing an improvement in employment. The key strengthening for the nascent US small business recovery is by improved sales outlook and access to financing. Small businesses have been slow in recovering because of deep losses in the most recent recession. First reason for this is that the construction sector which comprises of 86 …

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eWin Marketing Successfully Adds New Clients Across 6 Countries

Released by: eWin Marketing eWin Marketing successfully added new clients across 6 different countries by providing professional, result-oriented, and value based services. The affordable and timely solutions provided by eWin have been instrumental in expanding its client base across US, UK, Ireland, Canada, Indonesia and Barbados. eWin Marketing is a specialist SEO (Search Engine Optimization) company focusing on small & emerging businesses looking for quality SEO services at affordable prices. eWin Marketing has been established …

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Economy Recovery is Still Fragile for Small Firms to Hire New Staff: FSB

The unemployment in UK as increased to 2.5 million. As per FSB Voice of Small Business Index, small firms are recovering but are not in a position to increase the staff. According to a survey of 1,400 members of the Federation of Small Businesses, about 63 percent of small businesses expressed that they will keep employing new employees on hold till the next 3 months. This shows that the small firms are not yet ready …

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