Vistas: Geri Stengel’s Blog: Small business saturday

Give Small Businesses Something to be Thankful for the Saturday after Thanksgiving

Rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy will be tough for small businesses, those workhorses and job-generators of the economy but the Saturday after Thanksgiving is an opportunity for communities, shoppers, and businesses themselves to ratchet up the recovery.

Small Businesses Build Big Revenue Gains with Small Business Saturday

Tracey Harding is one smart business woman. She is co-owner of Kidz Enterprise Toys, in Tyngsboro, Massachusetts, just a few miles from New Hampshire, where shoppers can save money instantly because they don’t have to pay sales tax.

The Grinch Really Did Try to Steal Christmas This Year!

Wow! The Grinch really did try to steal Christmas this year … from small businesses at least … but in life as in fiction, he failed.

Forget Black Friday! Put a Big Green Circle Around Nov. 26, the Real Start of Holiday Shopping

If your shopping plans revolve around mosh pits at the big box stores, you are cheating yourself.

Relax on the day after Thanksgiving. Give up the elbowing crowds at the big stores that have been knocking you eyes out with full page ads.

Free Holiday Marketing for Small Businesses: Have You Signed On Yet?

If your business doesn’t include a Small Business Saturday promotion, you’re missing out. It’s on November 26, the Saturday after Black Friday, a fight-back day for small businesses who want to take back the holidays from the big boxes.

Small Businesses: A Cause Large Business Should Take Up

I know I'm prejudiced. I think entrepreneurship can solve some of the world's problems both in the developed and developing world. 

This is one reason I wrote an article for Triple Pundit about corporations helping small businesses as part of their social responsibility work. American companies just had their best quarter ever. If those corporations want to prosper in the future, then they need to ensure that small businesses thrive, too. Reinvesting profits into activities that support small businesses is a great way for these large corporations to ensure their own prosperity; it helps their customers and the overall economy as well. 

A win-win-win!



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