Why should you shop?
According to Hearst Newspapers, small businesses contribute to local economies by bringing growth and innovation to the community in which the business is established. Small businesses also help stimulate economic growth by providing employment opportunities to people who may not be employable by larger corporations.
According to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), small businesses represent 99.7 percent of all employer firms. Since 1995, small businesses have generated 64 percent of new jobs, and paid 44 percent of the total United States private payroll, according to the SBA.
Where to shop?
Shop at your local Mom & Pop shops, boutiques, and corner stores. Here are a few small business that I personally love. Here’s a few small businesses that I’ve come across.
Queen Farina sells Naturally Grown Honey. It’s raw and unpasteurized. Queen Farina was started by two sisters.
Visit www.queenfarina.com to view more of their products.
If you’re a girl like me and you love a long sleeve, high neck, body con dresses, boyfriend sweaters, and over-sized knit sweaters…Naked Wardrobe is where you want to shop. Naked Wardrobe is on the edgy-side for curvy woman.
For more of Naked Wardrobe, visit www.nakedwardrobe.com .
In the words of TP & Twirls, “You’re never too young to look fabulous!” Check out Top Knots children’s wear.
For more check out their site at http://topknotsandtwirls.storenvy.com/.
Remember, small businesses tend to attract talent who invent new products or implement new solutions for existing ideas.