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Picking the Right Small Business Lender

Small businesses get tons of financing offers, but there are ways to make sure your business selects the best offer, reports Bloomberg. 

If you’ve launched a small business, you know that offers of business financing follow you like a shadow: Myriad proposals from would-be lenders with goofy names arrive via e-mail, on banner ads, and in your accounting software.

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Getting Ready for the Holidays

It's time for small businesses to ramp up for the holiday season, reports Small Business Trends. 

The holiday shopping season is nearly here. Small business owners should be aware of the consumer trends and forecasts that industry experts are anticipating, so they can maximize their profits from this shopping boom period.

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Delta Variant Slows Small Business Rebound

According to ABC News, the Delta variant of Covid-19 threatens already precarious businesses.

For a brief moment this summer, it seemed like small businesses might be getting a break from the relentless onslaught of the pandemic.

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Small Businesses Feel Supply Chain Disruptions

Disruptions in the supply chain ripple down to small businesses, reports Small Business Trends. 

According to Fox Business, Retail Expert Expects Major Product Shortages Soon. This is part of the continuing supply chain disruptions since the COVID-19 pandemic started.

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Make the Most of Your Website

According to Small Business Trends, a company website is an important marketing tool for a small business. 

There are so many factors that go into creating an effective small business website. From your design to promotion methods, the work never ends. If you’re looking to improve your company’s online home, read these tips from members of the online small biz community.

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Using AI Powered Loan Companies

Many small business owners are skipping the bank or venture capital firms and instead relying on AI approved loans via shopify or paypal, reports Quartz.

When Xiomara Rosa-Tedla needed a small loan in February 2020 to fund her e-commerce startup Unoeth, she didn’t reach out to a venture capitalist or a bank officer. She asked an algorithm.

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Cash Back Cards For Business

Cash back credit cards can be beneficial to small businesses, reports Entrepreneur. 

As a consumer, you are likely aware of the many options for cash-back credit cards on the market today. Companies like Capital One, American Express, Chase and others aggressively advertise on TV, via mailers and other media.

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Small Business Hesitates to Take Loans

According to Wyoming News Now, small businesses are hesitant to take disaster aid from the government in the form of a loan. 

Disaster loans are available for small business owners as the country faces the next chapter of the COVID-19 pandemic: the Delta variant.

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Aaron Rodgers Helps Small Business

Green Bay Packers player Aaron Rodgers started a fund to help small businesses in his hometown during covid, reports Acme Packing Company.

As America felt the impact of the coronavirus pandemic starting in early 2020, many small businesses faced a unifying problem: having enough cash on hand to keep the doors open and the lights on. In a time of need, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers stepped up to the plate to serve his local community of Chico, Calif., in a partnership with the North Valley Community Foundation, which serves four counties in northern California.

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SBA Increases EIDL Cap

The SBA is expanding its Economic Injury Disaster loan cap to $2 million dollars, reports Small Business Trends. 

As cities, states, and countries mull over how to tackle the Delta variant of COVID-19, the SBA has announced it is expanding the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) cap to $2 million.

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