2 of 2 / Tireless Pizza-Making Robot to the Rescue of Small Business

Oct 27, 2019, 02:05 AM
Image:  Antica Pizzeria Port'Alba in Naples, widely believed to be the world's first pizzeria.   Public domain.
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Small banks must step up if they want to keep their small-business customers
 https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/oct/03/small-banks-small-business-customers-dissatisfied
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 Female-owned businesses: the US economy's quiet success story
 https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/sep/26/women-owned-businesses-quiet-success-story
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 How a Robot That Makes 300 Pizzas an Hour Will Create More Jobs
 https://www.inc.com/gene-marks/how-a-robot-that-makes-300-pizzas-an-hour-will-create-more-jobs.html
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Gene Marks, of Small Business America and having columns in The Guardian and TheHill, covers:   Does small business ($70K) need big business? Small businesses make 30-50% of their income from big business. Small banks: 9% of small bz surveyed say that their bank meets all of their needs.  Ouch. Banks should be going all-electronic, and much improve service. They just aren't doing enough. Customers are not happy.
                  American Express: Report entitled, The State of Women-Owned Businesses – which now represent 42% of all bz; 9.4 million employees, generate almost $2 trillion (?).  Are reshaping the American economy.  
                  Company makes robots that make pizzas. Smart pizza-store-owners will use the significant savings to open more businesses , and thereby hire a lot more employees.