Large and small businesses find themselves in the same markets, even if they’re not always direct competitors because of their size. And sometimes they’re set up as opposing forces, not working alongside or helping each other. Here are a few recent instances that cover the former, as well as the latter.
talk small, hear small, eat, sleep and breathe small. Because when you’re trying to connect with a small business, you must understand everything about those who run them.
Small businesses have been feeling the pressure of online retailers, like Amazon, for some time now. So why haven’t they crumbled? Most small businesses can’t afford to drop prices as low as big box stores, or even develop websites for online ordering and processing.
A generation or two ago, if someone said they were dining on food delivered to their door they were almost certainly eating nondescript pizza or so-called Chinese food.
Now, the convergence of technology and demand for convenient indulgence has created an extraordinary revolution in the restaurant industry: home delivery of fine dining from small, chic restaurants via behemoth brands like Uber, Amazon and Google.