AIBA has led the way to researching and identifying the real economic benefits of small businesses.
When local businesses come together across communities and across industries, they are able to learn from each other and help each other.
The temptation to sell to the biggest players in any industry is often too hard to resist. Unfortunately, it happens every day.
Independent We Stand has been nominated for the Small Business Influencer awards in the category: Mobile Apps.
Buying local has become a way of life for many consumers. It’s a growing trend that has only just begun to permeate communities across the country, yet it has already delivered big success for local businesses. If you haven’t already been convinced, here’s a look at why you should be more vocal about buying local.
Summer is officially ending, but the local fun doesn’t have to stop yet. Take advantage of events in your community to hold on to summer as long as possible and carry the local fun into fall. We’ve listed some ideas for you here, but the possibilities for downtown entertainment this September are nearly endless.
In business since 1900, Shiver Lumber Company in Americus, Georgia, is a small business with a big history.
these cities, and several others you probably haven’t thought of, are ideal hotspots for small businesses because of their entrepreneurial spirit and diverse populations.
‘American Catch: The Fight for Our Local Seafood,’ looks at three American seafood staples…What he found are some serious red flags…In some cases, the seafood we want just isn’t there because of overfishing and a lack of sustainable practices.
Now, it’s time for Congress to stand up for our small businesses by supporting the Marketplace and Internet Tax Fairness Act (MITFA).