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Critical Information for Small Business Survival During and After COVID-19

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According to a Forbes Financial Council post from October 25, 2018, more than 80% of small businesses thrive the first year. However, each year after that is a struggle to continue to grow and prosper. The COVID-19 crisis is making it even harder to...

Funding Opportunities for Metro Atlanta Small Business Owners Still Impacted by COVID-19

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Another source of funding for small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak has run out. On Saturday, July 11, The Economic Injury Disaster Loan Advancement Program (EIDL), reached its funding limit of $20 million. This program offered almost six million businesses up to $10,000...

Why 2021 Will Be The Best Year Ever For Small Businesses – Tom Sullivan, U.S. Chamber of Commerce

COVID-19 has impacted the way we live, the way we do business, and the way we spend money. The timeline of the pandemic is uncertain but businesses are reopening and the economy is attempting a re-start. To give us more insight into that timeline...

What We Can Do Now to Influence Change and Support Black Owned Businesses – Dr. Felicia Phillips, Master Business Strategist

On today's episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show we welcome back Dr. Felicia Phillips - Founder and CEO of Felicia Phillips Unlimited, MogulCon, and a Master Business Strategist. Today Jim and Felicia discuss the state of her business and how she has pivoted during...

3 Lessons Small Businesses Can Learn from the Coronavirus Pandemic Experience

As much of a nightmare as the coronavirus pandemic has been, it's important for businesses to begin thinking about the lessons there are to be learned from it. While such a pandemic is likely to be a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence, it has shed light on...

Six Ways Startup Owners Can Build Relationships and Network With Potential Investors Amid COVID-19

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The reach of COVID-19 is impacting every facet of the business development process, from small businesses lacking funding to startups getting their footing in an ever-changing economic environment.  The sobering fact is that COVID-19 will hurt early-stage venture investments, and investors have acknowledged this. A...

The Atlanta Small Business Show on CBS46 and Peachtree TV: Episode 44 – [4.17.20]

On this week’s episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show, we kick things off with fashion designer Rebecca Minkoff, UBS Bank's Jamie Sears, and Alison Wyatt, Founder of the Female Founder Collective. They came to discuss The Female Founder Collective , a network of businesses...

The Paycheck Protection Program: What You Need to Know and How to Apply – Ashley Bell, White House Policy Advisor

  As part of our continuing coverage of the Coronavirus, we’re pleased to welcome to the show Mr. Ashley Bell once again, who is the White House Policy Advisor on entrepreneurship and innovation. Ashley also serves as Regional Administrator for SBA Region IV and today he discusses the Paycheck...

The Atlanta Small Business Show on CBS: Episode 6 – [03.30.19]

Want your business featured on The Atlanta Small Business Show? Tell us your story! And if you would like to advertise with ASBN, give us a call at 678-332-9706 or email us at sales@myasbn.com On this week's episode of the Atlanta Small Business Show, we...

How Do Small Business Owners Really Feel About Their Current Position in the Economy?...

Today on the Atlanta Small Business Show, we're pleased to welcome back Tom Sullivan, Vice President of Small Business Policy for the U.S. Chamber...

7 Tips for Writing Amazingly Irresistible Product Descriptions

Even the most sought-after products don't sell themselves. Product descriptions are what your audience looks for to decide if your product can solve their...