Celebrating Small Businesses in Your Community
Small Business Saturday is on November, 25th, 2017. In 2010, the Small Business Saturday movement was created by American Express to recognize small businesses across the nation for their part in sustaining strong local economies.
There are 639,334 small businesses in Massachusetts, which makes up 99.5% of all businesses in our state. Yes! 99.5%!
More than just great places to shop, small businesses create jobs. In fact, 1.4 million jobs in our state are those working for small businesses, making up 46.8% of all Massachusetts employees in the private workforce. Firms with fewer than 100 employees have the largest share of small business employment. The food service industry makes up 67% of the small business employment share and Isador’s is one of the 10,748 small businesses in the state that employs less than 20 employees.
Small businesses in your community ensure that local economies stay healthy and dynamic.
When you choose to shop small, you are supporting small businesses, supporting job creation and the expansion of economic success in your town. When you shop small, you can feel the pride of making a difference in your community.
We’d love to see our tribe on Small Business Saturday and we’re curating a comfy environment complete with live jazz from pianist Brooks Milgate and all of your favorite brunch foods! Tickets are available for this event online and will also be available at the door on Saturday, November 25th.
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Thank you to all of our customers who have supported Isador’s Organics over the last 11 years. We’re thankful for your choice to shop small with us!
*Based on data from the Office of Advocacy’s Small Business Profiles, which are annual analyses of each state’s small business activities that gather the latest information from key federal data-gathering agencies to provide a snapshot of small business health and economic activity. In this Report, “Small Business” is defined as a firm employing fewer than 500 employees. See: https://www.sba.gov/advocacy/2017-small-business-profiles-states-and-territories.