Small businesses and nonprofits face a different set of circumstances when it comes to social media marketing than their larger for-profit counterparts, namely, smaller budgets, fewer employees and a greater priority on traditional forms of marketing.
While economists predict solid gains by summer, gallery owners express cautious optimism mixed with realistic expectations for the year ahead.
Here’s some more good news for the little guy: in a recent poll by Princeton Survey Research Associates International for the nonprofit Public Affairs Council, some 90 percent of adults have a good opinion of small business.
Do you think your outlook on the economy could in any way be linked to your age? That’s the question put to participants in a recent survey conducted by Celent Research for the Western Union Payments Small Business Barometer.
The Arts Business Institute is expanding its educational outreach by offering video workshops on Vimeo.
SCORE has launched a new website to provide the non-tech savvy with the web tools they need to succeed.
There they were, “Small for All,” three little words blown up to gigantic headline proportions and set against a stark white background in full-page newspaper ads expressly designed to grab readers’ attention.