Wednesday, January 14, 2015

2015 a Breakout Year for Small Businesses

The National Federation of Independent Business reported that optimism among small businesses in December reached its highest level in eight years.
Considerably more small business owners said now is a good time to expand, NFIB reported, with capital investments and hiring both on the rise. Some 60% reported capital outlays, with 42% reporting spending on new equipment, 23% acquiring new vehicles and 16% expanding or improving their facilities.
Let's hope 2015 is a breakout year for small businesses.

Read the entire article:  NFIB Reports Small Business Optimism Grows in December


Gary Gould said...

I think 2015 is a very exciting year for small businesses! With technology advances like the cloud, SME's across the world are now able to benefit from software and applications that wouldn't have previously been available to them due to budget restrictions. I hope to see plenty of SME's expanding in 2015!

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