Newsletter | October 11, 2016

Small Business Trends Newsletter
#MetLifeSmallBiz Twitter Chat Discusses the Business Culture You Need

On Wednesday, October 5th, our CEO Anita Campbell moderated a Twitter chat titled “Playing to Your Strengths: Helping Small Business Owners Be Competitive” sponsored by MetLife where small business owners and entrepreneurs got to discuss their strengths and other aspects of running small businesses.

Here's a look at the discussion.

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Spotlight: FreightorGator Provides Freight Exchange Service for Small Business
FreightorGator handles the least sexy function of small business operations -- shipping. Discover how they can help you get cheap freight shipping rates.

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How to See the Big Picture in Business by Taking the Orbital Perspective
Astronaut Ron Geren's book discusses the orbital perspective one gains in outer space and how a that shift in view changed his life and can impact yours. Read More

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Winter 2015 - Business Planning
This Winter 2015 edition of the digital Small Business Trends Magazine focuses on Business Planning. Click the image to the left to read online. Or, SUBSCRIBE HERE to download, save or print the magazine.

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