Small Businesses Make Big Impression

Hoffman, Karen Epper
September 2001
Bank Technology News;Sep2001, Vol. 14 Issue 9
Trade Publication
Reports on the increased interest of financial services firms in small offices and home offices (SOHO) in the United States. Growth of SOHO market; Estimated number of small businesses across the country; Minimal impact of recession on SOHO; Banks' offering of assistance with accounting; Matchmaking with potential suppliers.


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