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Is small business really small?? First welcome to this web site
Second are you in business?? and Third "How do you define SMALL"
A small business may be defined as a business with a small number of employees.
The legal definition of "small" often varies by country and industry, but is generally
under 100 employees in the United States
However, other methods are also used to classify small companies,
such us annual sales
assets value or net profit (balance
sheet), alone or in a mixed definition.
Thanks for your reply, Luckiest.
I agree what you think of small business.
When I took some marketing sales training, I learned that there are not small or big customers, but only customers and I think it applies to companies too.
We are a small business but we contract services with copyrighters and developers. Total we are 5 people including myself working on our e-commerce www.natural-elements-online.com
Is small business really small
Jean, I like your first sentence, then you contradict yourself by saying
"we are a small business but"
I do not contradict myself Luckiest, I am trying to say that it is not only a dry small business, but we've got some "contractors" working with us instead of employees.
Al Gore said "if you remove all the insects from the planet, it will become uninhabitable. If you remove all the humans from the planet, it would flourish".
Liam says: "if you remove all the small businesses from the country, the country would die, at least economically. If you removed all the big businesses from the country, we'd do just fine without them."