Monthly Archives: November 2014

‘Tis the Season to Give Thanks – Small Business Saturday.

“To be successful, you have to have your heart in your business, and your business in your heart.” – Sr. Thomas Watson That time of the year is once again upon us; the annual November tradition of giving thanks to the … Continue reading

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For Better or Worse? How Big Bank Marriages Affect Local Business Owners.

Do you BB&T take Susquehanna Bank to be your lawfully wedded financial partner? To have and to hold your business customers from this day forward? In good times and bad? To cherish them as long as their businesses shall live? … Continue reading

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Women-Owned Businesses: Hear Them Roar

There are more than 9.1 million of them in the United States. They employ more than 7.9 million people. And generate 1.4 trillion in sales. They represent a variety of industries.  And are only growing stronger. In fact, according to … Continue reading

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All Business Growth is Local

It’s long been said that “all politics is local.” One needn’t look further than the current political signs placed on lawns and in the hands of supporters on busy street corners to see proof of that. But if you look … Continue reading

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