Every day, thousands of individuals and families in Tampa Bay face a difficult decision – do they buy food or their prescription drugs, or gas, or pay their rent? The circumstances may differ, but the result is the same for those struggling to make it to their next paycheck, or for seniors living on a fixed income. When those decisions get made, food most often loses out.
After a marathon of shopping from Black Friday to Small Business Saturday and on through Cyber Monday, are you ready to change your focus from buying to giving?
The image of your brand has just as much impact on your bottom line as the products and services you offer, if not more. Being aware of what’s going on in the world and capitalizing on the major consumer trends is a must for small businesses to grow. Here we take a look at five ways to appeal to environmental, social and health conscious consumers.
Topics: small business owner
Thanksgiving is a time for friends, family, gratitude and of course, food. Despite the controversy surrounding the history of Thanksgiving, one thing we can all agree on is that Thanksgiving dinner is amazing. Here are ten fun facts about the food being served on the fourth Thursday of November.
With the hustle and bustle of this time of year and all the work that goes into a small business during the holidays, sometimes it can be a little difficult to get into the holiday spirit. While it’s not possible to slow down the work load, you can perk up your small business by bringing a little bit of holiday cheer into the atmosphere. Here are a few ways to channel the holiday spirit: