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Economy & Small Business

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At TVWGroup we want you to understand how important it is to support small businesses here in the United States. We take pride in providing quality jobs for American families and without your support that would not be possible. As you may have also seen on our "About Us" page we want to give back to the youth in America by providing training and intern opportunities. Sooner or later, one way or another, our company will touch the lives of someone you know or someone in your family, feel good knowing that you were able to help by supporting TVW Group. In national news over the last few months it was stated that "economy faltering the worst since 1939"

I have provided some links about how large companies are cutting back and it is up to the small companies to take up the slack. As you see on our jobs page we expect to hire six full time employees with market rate salaries and a benefits package on par with the industry (of course only because of your support).

It is documented that the small businesses are key to economic growth (See my links)

When it is all said and done, we just ask that upon the release our production web site and remote access solution, that you give us at least 12 months of support. Just as we supported the mega companies of today, we one day could be a significant force in the market place and more importantly as a employer of high quality talent. Just think about how long it took for Microsoft to get it right (From Win Ver 3.1 to 3.11 to Win 95, Win98, WinMe Win NT, Win2000 and now Win XP) it has been about 13 years. If you support us for several incarnations of our solution, I am sure that we will play an important role in your life and in the lives of those around you.

Top Ten Reasons to Love U.S. Small Business

List highlights importance of small business to U.S. economy.

The Small Business Administration (SBA) has announced the top 10 reasons to love small business, what the SBA's Office of Advocacy calls "the heart of the American economy."

 

Small Businesses Fuel Economy With Help From Technology

Small Business Drives U.S. Economy

"Small business drives the American economy," said Dr. Chad Moutray, Chief Economist for the Office of Advocacy in a press release. "Main Street provides the jobs and spurs our economic growth. American entrepreneurs are creative and productive, and these numbers prove it." ...provides jobs for over half of nation's private workforce.

Small Business Drives The U.S. Economy

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Small business continues to drive the United States economy, according to a report issued today by the Office of Advocacy of the U.S. Small Business Administration. Newly released data show that in 2005, small businesses represented 99.7 percent of all the nation's employer businesses. Data also show that they employed 57.4 million Americans or 50.6 percent of the non-farm private sector workforce.

 

Clearly small business is a major part of our economy, said Thomas M. Sullivan, Chief Counsel for Advocacy.Small businesses innovate and create new jobs at a faster rate than their larger competitors. They are nimble, creative, and a vital part of every community across the country. This report will help remind policymakers and others of the important role small business plays in the nation.

U.S. ECONOMY: GDP STAGNATES, JOB LOSSES DEEPEN

This week, Starbucks said it intends to shutter 600 U.S. stores and cut as many as 12,000 employees.

Employers cut jobs for sixth straight month

 

So far this year, the economy has lost a total of 438,000 jobs, an average of 73,000 a month.

 

The economy is the top concern of voters and will figure prominently in their choice for president and other elected officials come November. The faltering labor market is a source of anxiety not only for those looking for work but also for those worried about keeping their jobs during uncertain times.

Private analysts predict the economy will continue to shed jobs in the months ahead, pushing the unemployment rate higher.

"The economy is at risk of a hard landing," said Brian Bethune, economist at Global Insight.

The number of unemployed people in June was 8.5 million, up from 7 million a year ago.

 

GM Falls to Lowest Since 1954 After Merrill Suggests Bankruptcy

 

July 2 (Bloomberg) -- General Motors Corp. shares fell to their lowest level since 1954 after a Merrill Lynch & Co. analyst said the automaker may need to raise as much as $15 billion and faced the possibility of bankruptcy

 

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