HELPING SMALL BUSINESSES SUCCEED : TIPS FROM GENE MARKS
Amazon recently confirmed that Cyber Monday was the biggest shopping day in history for small businesses. Over the Turkey 5 – the five days from Thanksgiving to Cyber Monday – customers ordered nearly 140 million items from small businesses worldwide. The data is in from the entire holiday season, providing some important insight into the future of brick-and-mortar stores, small businesses and eCommerce in America. To help analyze the data we have Gene Marks—an author and one of the top small business experts in the nation. Gene will explain whether brick and mortar is dead.
AN EXPERT ANALYSIS OF HOLIDAY SHOPPING DATA WILL SHOW:
* CONSUMER DATA–What the numbers mean for consumers and small businesses
* SUCCESS STORIES—How some businesses are embracing new business opportunities
* PROFIT POTENTIAL—Why the data provides insight about future profits
* TRENDS & TAKEAWAYS—The importance of analyzing data to develop a plan for the future
BACKGROUND: Marks writes a daily column for the Washington Post on business and public policy. He also writes weekly for Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, Inc. Magazine, and periodically for The Huffington Post and Foxbusiness.com. Gene regularly appears on Fox News, MSNBC, Sirius XM Radio and ABC radio. His work reaches hundreds of thousands of business owners and executives each week. Gene speaks frequently to business groups so they can better understand the trends affecting their businesses and – most importantly – the actions they should take to continue to grow and profit.
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