Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday

It is expected that 35% to 40% of holiday shopping sales this year will be conducted online, partly due to the pandemic. More than 100,000 small businesses across the United States were forced to close.

Small Business Saturday a huge discount day after black friday
Small Business Saturday

The big-box store has time to shine. Now, it’s time to shop, this is a small business on Saturday.

Downtown Collinswood is the decoration of the season. Small business Saturday is the end of a challenging year for small businesses, and the owners hope you can share some Christmas gifts.

Small business Saturday is the day after Black Friday when people find big discounts in large stores. The eyewitness news is that at Cherry Hill Mall, people are looking for the cheapest deal they can find.

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Small businesses also get a cup of tea.

In Haddonfield, during their candlelight-shopping event, small business owners said that the flow of people was stable. For them, this is beyond their requirements. During the pandemic, many of them were forced to close for several weeks, and now they hope you can help them through this difficulty.

Westfield went to great lengths, including opening a new reception center that provided gift-wrapping and even arranged free delivery from local retailers during the holidays.

Many small businesses account for 70% to 80% of their annual sales in November and December.

Miriam Silver Verga, who owns an interior design studio and retail store Mimi & Hill, said that this year, they are counting on shoppers to spend at least part of their budget on buying local goods.

One-fifth of the owners said that if the economic situation does not improve within six months, they would have to close.

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Jacklyn Civins owns the Evalyn Dunn Gallery in Westfield. She pointed out that one thing you can’t find in a small store like her is that in a pandemic, this is a priceless crowd.

Many small business owners have also opened online stores to provide customers with the option of shopping at home.

Some cities and towns have also invested a lot of money in holiday decorations in order to attract more shoppers to the city.

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