Small Business in the News: October 29, 2020 Edition

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As we head toward the final months of the year, more of us are looking forward not only to the end of 2020, but also what we can do in the new year in our businesses. What new strategies can we adopt to reach more customers? How can we implement new ideas and even start new businesses? Some of this week’s top headlines offer insights and analysis on these very questions!

10 Small Ways an Ecommerce Business Can Prepare for the 2020 Holiday Shopping Season (Small Biz Trends)

A Four-Point Plan to Convert Crisis into Creativity (Forbes)

Why You Should Build a Personal Reputation Before Starting a Business (Entrepreneur)

Small Businesses Need More Aid to Keep Employees, SBA Chief Says (Washington Post)

Small biz owners, take advantage of targeted marketing to reach your audience (USA Today)

How businesses are adapting to to abrupt digital transformation (Business Insider)

Don’t Be in Such a Rush to Get on the Shelf (Inc.)

Tech’s age of excess is done. Welcome to the new pragmatism (Fast Company)

Americans are moving again (Axios)

Pros and Cons of Freezing Your Credit (SmallBizClub)


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