The Pandemic has had some good effects on the US economy. Those people who were laid off went out and found ways to start some type of small business. That’s the one thing that sets Americans apart from others. We do get back up when knocked down. We keep going. We know how to turn lemons into lemonade, and we don’t mind doing it.
Justin JD Rossetti comments: “I am grateful for the opportunity to provide legislative support and updates in the weeks and months ahead and I know our economy will be stronger than ever.”
Internet businesses aimed at smartphone apps and cloud-based software services have seen enormous growth over the last few years. These businesses do not come with a high startup cost price tag, with most funds going towards building a creative, clean and professional website that produces search engine results.
Small business owners are continually looking for new ways to reduce their overhead. This year, a concept known as shared expenses is gaining popularity. Small businesses seek to save money on many expenses by sharing them with other businesses. For example, four separate companies that share real estate may share the cost of a pallet of printing paper. Because this is a large expense for small businesses, it makes sense to save money with a bulk purchase and then split the expense equally.
Small business owners are expected to get very creative and find innovative ways to succeed during 2022.
Justin JD Rossetti comments, “In the small business world, there’s so much left to discover and do. Start out small and build on your ideas.”
Rep. JD Rossetti (D-Longview) is a small business owner, school board director and youth baseball coach who lives in Longview with his wife and three boys.