Small Business

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Small Business

A type of enterprise that is independently owned and operated, has few employees, does a small amount of business, and is not predominant in its area of operation.

Cross-references

Sole Proprietorship.

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It was a bit upsetting to walk among the carcasses on the sidewalk, so mom and pop and I decided it might be nice to listen to some uplifting music.
EBM) -- eBrand Media specializes in discovering and developing marketing solutions that will then be delivered through its two key divisions, eBrand Interactive and Mom and Pop Marketing.
With today's powerful economy it is likely that today's Mom and Pop Stores will continue to fair well in the locations they have leased and call their business home.
They came from Cambodia about 10 years ago and opened a couple of mom and pop doughnut shops in the San Fernando Valley - one in Pacoima in 1996, another on Riverside Drive in Sherman Oaks in 1999.
The development of Mom and Pop Marketing is a result of our discovery that, as an agency, we were making presentations to decision makers who aren't able to keep up with the ever-evolving world of online marketing because they are busy trying to meet mandated performance goals.
These giant retail units will bring shoppers out and breathe new life into smaller chains and Mom and Pop stores.
On Van Nuys Boulevard, Carter is running the beauty salon her mom and pop opened in 1958.
EBM), a small but effective provider of online advertising and marketing solutions announced today the launch of Mom and Pop Marketing, an advertising and marketing site targeted toward small businesses.
Call it the Monster that Ate Mom and Pop, as in mom-and-pop video stores.
They cannot grow big enough, fast enough relying on the mom and pop operators.
The strength of mom and pop businesses, such as coffee and sandwich shops and book stores, is a signal of consumer confidence.