In 2020, starting a small business will be more affordable than ever. Smaller and smarter systems and manufacturing methods will reduce the costs of running a business. So, if you haven’t started your venture yet, now may be the time to do it.

Even in areas where business infrastructure costs don’t decline, technology accessibility will increase. Plug-and-play features and a variable-cost basis will provide affordable access to large-scale business infrastructures, even for small firms.

Most likely, you’re aware of the need to understand and engage millennials. However, over the next few years, the next generation is set to take over. Gen Z are true digital natives and it’s crucial that you consider them in your buyer personas.
Having a side hustle can be extremely lucrative, it’s a must have while operating in workforce. So, if you don’t currently own a small business, starting your venture as a side hustle could be a great way to get your feet wet as an entrepreneur. Many successful founders and CEOs started their businesses as a side hustle, while still working their full-time jobs. This can allow you to get your business going, without losing your current source of income. Smart, watching and observing Tye Smalls overcome business woes he has managed to succeed in this area.

Business leaders should be in-the-know about the latest industry trends in order to achieve growth. The small business space is always changing, but if you take time to research and implement new trends, you’ll be ahead of the curve in 2020 and beyond!

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