Small Business polled High Taxes as their Pressing Problem: American Solutions Monthly Small Business Survey

The policies that are being put forward by the federal government are not solving the problem with the economy, as per the American Solutions monthly Small Business survey. The federal government itself is creating the problem. The high priority problems that small businesses are facing are high taxes and government regulation. Around 40,000 small business owners were questioned about their small businesses and the most compelling issues that they are facing by the American Solutions …

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Increase in Lending of Credit by Banks to Small Businesses

It is the end of recession period. Many banks are identifying the importance of lending programs for small businesses. When small businesses have strong economic position, automatically more new jobs will be created and it will also strengthen country’s economy. On observing banks trends, one can easily understand that they are giving more importance to the small businesses lending programs. The SBA (Small Business Administration loans) value increased 48% during the first half period, when …

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Increase in Confidence on US Small Businesses: NFIB Report

There was an increase in confidence on US Small businesses which rose to the highest level since September of 2008. It was majorly because the executives had become more optimistic about the economy, according to a report by NFIB (National Federation of Independent Business). An Index was published by the National Federation of Independent Business’s optimism Index which was mainly based on the 823 survey responses. As per the Index, there was an increase in …

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Census Bureau: US Lost 104,000 Business Firms in 2008

According to the US Census Bureau, US businesses with paid employees lost almost 104,000 firms in 2008 which brought the total number to 7.6 million. Nevertheless, the number of people employed increased to 121 million. Businesses added approximately 300,000 employees to their payrolls. In County Business Pattern 2008, detailed annual information on the number of firms, employees, and quarterly and annual payroll for most of the 1,100 industries was covered at the national, state and …

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Majority of small Businesses do not have knowledge about cloud computing: Techaisle

As per a recent survey by Techaisle of small businesses within UK, US, Italy, Germany and Brazil showed that only 37 percent of SBs have just heard about cloud computing. In them, more than 13 percent did not know what exactly cloud computing meant. Around 44 percent of the respondents perceive that cloud computing means subscribing to services such as servers or storage hosted by the third party. More than 29 percent perceive that cloud …

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82 Percent Small Business Owners interested to expand of e-mail marketing in Next 12 Months: Poll

82% small business are planning to increase their e-mail marketing over the next year based on Weber Communications, which is polled of 2,579 small businesses. Also, this poll found 70% of businesses are getting in on it employing some sort of social media tactic and 77% say that integrating e-mail marketing with social media is either very important or moderately important. According to around 50 percent of small businesses in a recent survey, behavioral targeting …

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Small Businesses – Future Job Creators

After the great recession, the main concern in the nation now is unemployment. Small businesses play a major role in filling this employment gap. US president Brack Obama recently declared an export policy target setting a goal of doubling the America’s exports in the next five years. He said that it will support 2 million American jobs. He is now more focussed on small businesses to participate in exports and at the same time hire …

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