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October 13, 2020 20:33

Research suggests that every dollar spent at a small business generates five to fourteen dollars in value locally, whereas when you spend the same dollar at a corporate chain store eighty cents of that dollar immediately leaves town.

October 13, 2020 20:33

Research suggests that every dollar spent at a small business generates five to fourteen dollars in value locally, whereas when you spend the same dollar at a corporate chain store eighty cents of that dollar immediately leaves town.

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October 13, 2020 20:33

What role does the concept play in founding a company? Neither the research on entrepreneurship nor the practical advice given to startup entrepreneurs places much weight on the underlying idea. Ideas are a dime a dozen. What could an idea be worth anyway?

October 13, 2020 20:32

The foundations of local economies are small and medium-sized businesses, which provide goods and services at a relatively local level and offer meaningful employment to local people. The economic benefits of supporting local enterprises are clear.

October 13, 2020 20:32

The foundations of local economies are small and medium-sized businesses, which provide goods and services at a relatively local level and offer meaningful employment to local people. The economic benefits of supporting local enterprises are clear.

October 13, 2020 20:31

We need instead to be supporting economic activity on a smaller scale. That does not mean reducing everything to the level of the village or small town; whether or not that would be desirable, it is simply not a practicable proposition. Certain manufacturing processes, for instance, clearly benefit from economies of scale.

October 13, 2020 20:31

We need instead to be supporting economic activity on a smaller scale. That does not mean reducing everything to the level of the village or small town; whether or not that would be desirable, it is simply not a practicable proposition. Certain manufacturing processes, for instance, clearly benefit from economies of scale.

October 13, 2020 20:31

We need instead to be supporting economic activity on a smaller scale. That does not mean reducing everything to the level of the village or small town; whether or not that would be desirable, it is simply not a practicable proposition. Certain manufacturing processes, for instance, clearly benefit from economies of scale.

October 13, 2020 20:31

We need instead to be supporting economic activity on a smaller scale. That does not mean reducing everything to the level of the village or small town; whether or not that would be desirable, it is simply not a practicable proposition. Certain manufacturing processes, for instance, clearly benefit from economies of scale.

October 13, 2020 20:31

We need instead to be supporting economic activity on a smaller scale. That does not mean reducing everything to the level of the village or small town; whether or not that would be desirable, it is simply not a practicable proposition. Certain manufacturing processes, for instance, clearly benefit from economies of scale.