Welcome to this week’s small business news roundup!
This week we’ll discuss what small biz owners think President Obama should do now that he’s been re-elected, where to go for funding besides banks, and tips for financial planning when starting a small biz.
First, some other great roundups:
This Week in Small Business: Good News for the Next President: The New York Times links to articles on the latest unemployment report, a jump in consumer spending, tips for running a multicultural work environment, out-of-the-box ideas from Zappos for keeping employees engaged, the 12 phases of a successful project, and much more.
3 Things You Should Know About Small Business: Nov. 7: From The Street, links to articles on what to expect from the President’s re-election, disaster loans soaring since Hurricane Sandy, and small biz hiring falls.
Thursday Must-Reads: From The Wall Street Journal, links to articles on what President Obama’s re-election could mean for small biz owners, how small biz groups are urging lawmakers to avoid the fiscal cliff, the unique perils of being a microbusiness, how SigFig is saving investors millions without charging anything, and more.
And now, the rest!
Small Business Owners to Obama: This Is What You Need to Do Now: From The Street, some reactions of small business owners regarding what the President should do now that he’s won re-election.
Small Business Funding: Where To Go When the Bank Says No: From Forbes, a guest post by Andy Meek with ideas for alternate sources of funding besides bank loans.
Financial Planning for Launching a Small Business: At NASDAQ, tips on how to make sure your small biz starts off on the best financial foot possible.
What’s new in your small business world this week?