Small Business in the News: September 30, 2021 Edition

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Are you feeling optimistic about the future for your small business? Even with the difficult year and a half that businesses have had, many are feeling optimistic, but must be cautious of potential problems in the future. We have more on these and other top stories this week!

U.S. Small Business Owners Profess Optimism Even Amid Covid (Washington Post)

The Economy Looks Solid. But These Are the Big Risks Ahead. (New York Times)

An Expanded Certification Program Aims to Bring More Awareness to Black-Owned Businesses (Inc.)

Employer vaccine mandates convert some workers, but not all (USA Today)

How “Real Places” Should Think About Supporting Innovators and Entrepreneurs (Forbes)

The gender gap in workplace burnout is getting wider (Fast Company)

How to recover after making a bad decision at work (Business Insider)

Avoid Loss in Your Appointment-Based Business (SmallBizClub)

This Is the Secret Sauce Behind Effective AI and ML Technology (Entrepreneur)

5 Common Mistakes Small Businesses Make (Small Biz Trends)


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