On May 15, Entrepreneurs on the Move TM (EOTM) topic for Friday Pulse of Small Business sm focuses on technology solutions to keep small businesses in business. What is working for you, what is not working and what solutions do you need? There is so much new technology out that it is confusing and time consuming to try to decide which technologies are the best for you. Let’s talk to some experts who can help us unpack these technologies and get a clear understanding of what might work for you. Big companies have the resources to invest in specialty programs, but the small business advantage is they are innovative and nimble and can quickly react to market changes.
On May 15, “Friday Pulse of Small Business,” (via zoom and FB Live) will focus on technology and talk with tech professionals and companies. To register go to https://tinyurl.com/ycaugznj .
About Entrepreneurs on the MoveTM
Entrepreneurs on the Move TM (EOTM), a member organization, launched on April 20, 2020, focusing on the needs of the invisible and forgotten small businesses (up to 99 employees). Whether it is growing your business, allowing small business owners to get training to fit their schedule, or becoming part of a community that represents the needs of small businesses, EOTM is the organization dedicated to provide resources, discounts and research/ training on new technologies to help small businesses survive this stressful time. Benefits include discounts on software/ services, training programs, and professional services like legal and accounting. More benefits are in process and will be available as soon as discounts are negotiated. For more information go to https://www.entrepreneursonthemove.org conquering business challenges together.
Pre-Covid-19, there were 30 million small businesses in the United States. What will the world look like if even 25% of these businesses fail? SMALL BUSINESS IS THE ENGINE that drives the economy. These small businesses with less than 100 employees make up 98.1% of all businesses in the United States. This segment is a primary driver creating new jobs but is not represented in significant legislation because they are too small to gain representation. Small business issues are more important than ever.