Welcome to this week’s small business news roundup!
In this week’s roundup, we’ll discuss how you can learn from this year’s Small Business Saturday, financial apps you should check out, and why American entrepreneurs should think more globally.
First, some other great roundups:
- 3 Things You Should Know About Small Business: Nov. 28: From The Street, links to articles on startups leading recovery in hiring and job creation, six reasons you should relocate your startup, and the Intersect Fund offering disaster loans to businesses that don’t qualify for SBA loans.
- 3 Things You Should Know About Small Business: Nov. 29: Also from The Street, links to articles on the fast food workers’ strike in New York City, making sure your supply chain is disaster-proof, and SCORE’s new partnership with the NFL.
- Small Business Must-Reads: Thursday: From The Wall Street Journal, links to articles on how Kickstarter is struggling to stay small, small business owners’ post-election blues, dealing with small biz fiscal fears, and more.
And now, the rest!
- Small Business Saturday: What Worked and What Didn’t: From Forbes, advice on how you can make next year’s Small Business Saturday work for you.
- Top 5 Financial Apps for Small Businesses: Business 2 Community shares these suggestions for the best apps to help small biz owners manage their finances.
- Entrepreneurship booms in the US, but real potential lies elsewhere: This article notes that although entrepreneurship is up in the US, sales are also largely confined within the country’s borders; meanwhile, global entrepreneurs are multilingual and multicultural, giving their businesses more room, literally, to grow. What do you think about this?
What’s new in your small business world this week?