Posts Tagged "small businesses"

SMBs, Are you Relevant in a Mobile World?

SMBs, Are you Relevant in a Mobile World?

SMB’s must be aware of old and new tools that can save them time & resources – no longer is digital and mobile marketing reserved for just big brands and big budgets.

Staying Connected With Your Local Community

Staying Connected With Your Local Community

Earlier this year, Devoe® Paint spearheaded the inaugural Devoe® Paint a New Start program, a community service initiative dedicated to supporting painting projects for significant local structures.

How to use a Cash Mob in a small town

How to use a Cash Mob in a small town

Cash Mobs are a good tool for small towns. It’s all about getting your people out to support one business in order to get the message across: local businesses matter and you matter to local businesses.

Teaching Kids the Value of Going Local

Teaching Kids the Value of Going Local

The “support local” message is catching on more than ever America and as we continue to become better educated regarding the positive economic benefits of shifting our spending to locally-owned businesses, it’s apparent these habits need to be preserved and nurtured among our youth.

Amazon's Prices are High Costs to Communities

Amazon's Prices are High Costs to Communities

For many Americans, shopping online offers the convenience of low prices, fast shipping, and front-door delivery. As online retail giants like Amazon continue to thrive and expand, however, shopping online may not be so convenient for your local economy.

Finding Reward in Local Currency

Finding Reward in Local Currency

Berkshire County in Massachusetts has taken “buy local” to a whole new level by creating their own currency. The BerkShare is now accepted by some 400 businesses throughout that region.

Rocket Test Prep for Your Business Site Launch

Rocket Test Prep for Your Business Site Launch

If you’re in the process of getting your own website up to market a product or service, there are a few basics worth exploring in this initial phase. We’re going to explore the ins and outs of launching a site for your business, what’s involved and how to go forward.

The Real Cost of Buying Local

The Real Cost of Buying Local

One of the primary arguments against buying local is the idea that local goods are more expensive than those offered by national chains. While big-box retailers often pride themselves on offering the lowest prices in town, a true comparison of the cost and value of local goods versus chain products could surprise you.

Independent We Stand
Independent We Stand Independent We Stand