Alan’s Monday Morning Memo – 1/25/10

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January 25, 2010—Issue #19

This week’s focus point: Small businesses employ far more people than major corporations, and they create many more net, new jobs than do Fortune 1000 companies. They are the real engine of the economy. What value do you already possess—products, services, intellectual property—that can be immediately addressed to this market? They are poorly treated at the moment by the banks and the government.

Monday Morning Perspective: Cambiano i dischi, ma la musica e sempore quella. (They keep changing the record, but he music is still the same.) — old Italian saying

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One Response to Alan’s Monday Morning Memo – 1/25/10

  1. I loved your small business comments and could not agree more, Alan. Those 27 million, American small businesses are key to driving economic recovery. Half of all Americans work for a small business.

    I focus on the small business segment and just released a book on small business marketing. Keep those small business endorsements coming!

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