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This is the third time I’ve seen a great conversation about the importance of small businesses to both the economy and society. I’ve been lucky to see a number of great stories that have been shared about the importance of small businesses, as well as what it’s like to work for a small business.

The idea that small businesses help the economy, and that they can be a big benefit to society, is true. In fact, according to the National Small Business Association there are over 3,000,000 small businesses in the US, with close to 90% of US small business owners earning less than $50,000 per year. It’s easy to fall into the stereotype that entrepreneurs suck and small businesses don’t make things happen, but the reality is that entrepreneurs do make things happen.

Small businesses are more than just the ones that use a physical location to make or sell something. Many businesses that are more than 15 years old have their own social media accounts, their own YouTube channels, their own Facebook page, and their own blog. They’re also the ones who create new jobs, build better products, and help us all thrive in the global economy.

If you aren’t already building your own website or app, if you aren’t already creating a great user experience, if you aren’t already creating something that makes others want to do business with you, then you are not really making a small business. You are one of those “big business” type people who create products that are worth buying and who make others want to buy them.

Some call them “customers.” And that’s the same thing. You, the person who creates a website or app, are the customer. They pay you for your service; you build them a website or app, and then you help them out. It’s how the internet works.

So when you make a website or a business page, you have a customer. However, your customer might not be your customers. Your customers might be customers of others, and you can help them out with their business. So when you start a business, you are, in effect, creating a company. And the moment you are creating a company, you are creating a customer.

It is a very simple concept, but it is hard to wrap your head around. A business is a group of people. And yes, you are creating a customer when you build a business. You are also creating an employee and an employee is an individual who works for you. And an employee is an individual who owns the company and the customer. So when you start a company, you are creating a customer. But you are also creating a company and a customer.

People with many years of experience working in the industry will tell you that a good company is like a good family. It is a group of people who will get along and who will support each other. The company is much more than that though. A good company is a group of people who are working together as a team and who can depend on each other.

Most people would agree that a startup company is much more than a company. But when you get down to it, you can’t really take a company out of the startup world. You need to know your customers and your company needs to work together. But when you create a company, you also create the customer. So it’s important to have the right people managing the company and their customers.

The problem is that it’s been a while since I have been in a startup and I think the business part of startup culture has gotten a bit diluted. In the past the company needed to be more than a business and the customer needed to be more than just a customer. The problem is that the company has become so important and so important the customer has gotten lost in the shuffle. I don’t think the customer should be just a customer.

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