This is the first in a series of posts on microbusinesses needs. Read more about the microbusiness and how you can contribute to our MicroBizMonday discussion, here.
Those of who own very small businesses, with less than 5 employees have some different needs than most small businesses.
And if the research Vistaprint did with its microbusiness customer base still holds, we’re happier for it.
A trend I’ve noticed in doing research for my own company is that tips that are made of small business often come with assumption that you have a bottomless well of either money, time or personnel. Continue reading “#MicroBizMonday Digital Organization Resources for the Very Small Business”
What is a Microbusiness?
What defines a microbusiness isn’t necessarily that it’s run by a solo entrepreneur, or that it is a digital-only company. There are Mom and Pop shops, family run businesses, and million dollar firms that fall into this category.
The main determinant of what falls under the heading of microbusiness is size, according to the Small Business Administration definition.
(I believe it’s important for businesses that are solo-run enterprises that wish to grow to have a few employees band together with those who already do so. We so much to learn from each other.)
Continue reading “What is a Microbusiness? Why Microbiz Mondays?”