The Real State of Small Business

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The BrandMakerNews team interviewed 30 small business owners and a host of financial experts to shine light on the real state of small businesses in America.

Our goal was to go beyond the news and political soundbites, to uncover what’s really going on behind the scenes of small businesses throughout our country. We asked small business owners to share their thoughts on whether recent legislation has made it easier for them to grow and sustain their companies. We inquired about what programs are actually helping small businesses, and what other solutions are needed to move America’s small businesses forward. We asked and entrepreneurs answered loud and clear.

In this seven-part series we’ll reveal the real state of entrepreneurship– as shared with us by small business owners who work hard every day to grow their companies. We’ll share their insights, their challenges, and their proposed solutions on how to improve conditions for entrepreneurs nationwide. Here’s a rundown of what we’ll be discussing on BrandMakerNews over the next several days…

  • Is Help Available For Your Business?
  • Entrepreneurs Uncensored… Save Our Businesses
  • False Hope: Is The SBA A Dead End?
  • 5 New Obstacles For Entrepreneurs
  • Banker Reveals How To Get A Business Loan
  • 10 Ways To Strengthen Small Business in America

The state of small businesses affects us all. Their success means new jobs, new opportunities and new hope for local communities and our nation as a whole.

Join us as we explore the topic of small business in America. Your thoughts and perspectives are welcomed.

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Is Help Available For Your Business?
Entrepreneurs Uncensored: Save Our Businesses
5 New Obstacles For Entrepreneurs
10 Ways To Strengthen Small Business in America

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