Women Business Hiring Tag Archive

Presidential Debate: Minority and Non-Minority Business Demands Differ

During the second Presidential debate both candidates will talk about small businesses, but they should understand that the desires of businesses owned by African Americans Latinos, whites and women are not the same. ...

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Gazelle Index 2012 Minority Business Report

The 17 page Gazelle Index Report on Minority, Women and Small Business Outlook for 2012 is now available. The report analyzes the economy and the outlook for minority and women businesses....

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Economic Outlook for Minority, Women and Nonminority Businesses in 2012

A summary of the 2012 outlook for small businesses owned by minority, women and non-minority CEOs is provided below. The results are based on the Gazelle Index national random survey of CEOs....

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Why the Gazelle Index?

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The Gazelle Index is a new national quarterly survey of the outlook, current conditions, optimism and future hiring plans of minority, women and non-minority small firms. It published because here is no up-to-date...

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Women Business Owners: Outlook for 2012

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The 2012 Outlook for women-owned businesses is positive; 26.1% will increase hiring in the first quarter of 2012 while only 13.3% will decrease hiring. Women business hiring will be strongest in the South and Midwest...

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Women-owned Small Business Outlook and Strategic Goals

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Women business owners are gloomy about the economy but plan to increase hiring in 2012. Their two most important strategic objectives are improving management efficiency and product and service quality....

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Expect to see more Jobs in 2012

The Gazelle Index survey shows that hiring will increase in 2012; 27% of small businesses will increase hiring and 14% will cut. We forecast a 7.8% or lower unemployment rate....

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Presidential Candidates should listen to what Small Business Owners Say

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Small business owners want the Presidential candidates to cut business taxes (especially Hispanic businesses) and make bank loans more easily available (particularly black business owners). ...

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Hispanic/Latino Owned Businesses want Lower Taxes, Blacks want more Loans

Small businesses owners differ in what they want out of Presidential candidates. Hispanic businesses strongly prefer lower taxes, black businesses want more access to loans and credit. ...

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What Small, Minority and Women Business Owners want from Presidential Candidates?

Based on a national survey of small business CEOs, reducing the minimum wage would have the smallest positive effect on hiring among all policies. If the government does nothing, it will also hurt small business hiring....

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