Small Business in the News: October 14, 2021 Edition

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What has your business been doing to adapt to the current business environment? Supply chain disruptions, hiring difficulties, and of course the ongoing pandemic have entrepreneurs and business owners like you coming up with creative solutions. We have these and other top stories this week!

How to Assess Whether a Small-Business Loan Will Work for You (Businessweek)

Unfilled Small Business Job Openings Just Hit a Record High. Is It Time to Rethink Hiring? (Inc.)

The global supply chain nightmare is about to get worse (CNN Business)

Why child-care workers are quitting (Washington Post)

COVID and the Gig Economy: By the Numbers (Small Biz Trends)

Loans Will Be the Key to Banks’ Future Fortunes (New York Times)

Tips for small companies managing remote or hybrid workers (Fast Company)

3 Mistakes Founders Should Avoid And What To Do Instead (Forbes)

PR Pitches Getting Lost in the Abyss? This Storytelling Advice Will Help the Right People Find Them (Entrepreneur)

Relationship-Based Selling: How to Get Started (SmallBizClub)

I Tried a TikTok Trend to Solve My Bad Procrastination Habit (Business Insider)


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