Small businesses are the backbone of many economies around the world. They create jobs, boost local economies, and offer unique products and services that larger corporations often cannot provide. However, despite the many benefits of supporting small businesses, they often struggle to attract new customers, and even their friends and family members may not be as supportive as they could be.
One reason why it can be challenging for small businesses to attract new customers is simply because they do not have the same marketing budget as larger corporations.
So, what can we do to support small businesses? Fortunately, there are many easy and inexpensive ways to help these businesses thrive. One of the simplest things we can do is to like, comment, and share posts from small businesses on social media. This can help increase their visibility and reach new potential customers.
Another way to support small businesses is to leave positive reviews on their website, Google, Yelp, or other review platforms. We can also refer our friends and family members to small businesses that we believe would benefit from their products or services.
Check out these amazing Brands and Events:
- Love Shirt Dress is a collection of beautiful shirt dresses, accessories, and candles that embody self-love, confidence, and style which were designed by Andre Yabin who has created a household name with his previous haute couture pieces.
2. Tuff Baby’s is an organic product line that boasts hair growth products, herbs, household sprays, essential oil blends, apparel, and more. Their intensive growth mist is my favorite! This spray really works and grew my edges back after my postpartum hair loss.
3. Ladaska Manufacturing is a manufacturing plant owned by Fashion Designer Ladaska Mechelle who understood the enormous barriers to entry independent designers face when it comes to production with overseas vendors. The business is based in NYC and offers small-batch productions and guides creatives throughout the entire manufacturing process.
- April 19 Trend Webinar by the Pattern Edit : A virtual event about Key Seasonal Print, Color, and Influences trends. This will be an hour packed with insights, research, and inspiration to help contextualize trend drivers affecting consumer attitudes and preferences and help brands adapt these insights within their own design development whether they are in activewear, swim, resort, or contemporary apparel.
- May elleNelle Bridal PopUp Shop: Nashville-based bridal designer Leah Langley-McClean will host a series of popup events in May. You can book your appointment now.
3. May 8th, 27th Annual FGI Rising Star Awards: Fashion Group International is celebrating the extraordinary accomplishments of emerging talents whose creativity and vision are recognized.
Please show those brands and events some love. If you want to be included in our next roundup please email me at Sschirru@dynamicallybpr.com