Our hope is to help every subscriber successfully navigate the recession and come out the other side more profitable than ever and poised for massive growth
Winnipeg, Manitoba (PRWEB) January 5, 2009
Today's news is full of pessimistic stories about the financial struggles that businesses and consumers are experiencing in the economic turmoil. And since early December 2008, this turmoil has worsened to become a recession, and there is talk of it becoming even worse than that - perhaps as bad as a depression.
For small business owners, entrepreneurs, and freelancers, the recession is a real threat - a business-dooming threat. Consumers may spend less during a recession but it's the small businesses that will feel the severe financial impact in their bottom line. Worse yet, millions and millions of self-employed people are relying on those diminishing revenues for their livelihood.
To counteract the idea that small businesses are doomed, the Small Business Recession Survival Guide was created. It was designed for entrepreneurs and small business owners who need those resources and techniques that will help them transform their struggling businesses into dynamic and profitable businesses even in these dramatic economic times.
Aaron Hoos, a business writer and consultant, founded the site and describes its mandate: "The Small Business Recession Survival Guide has one goal: to give small business owners the tools they need in order to be successful, even in today's economy."
This goal is accomplished primarily through the Guide's free weekly newsletter. Every Monday, subscribers will receive a list of tips and ideas they can start putting into practice throughout that week, with the hope that they would continue performing those same successful tactics throughout the recession.
"Readers will enjoy an exciting array of proven, practical techniques that work," says Aaron Hoos. "And, these ideas aren't complicated or costly, but are a collection of successful strategies that we've researched and tested and filtered. And they're delivered absolutely free. In fact, just one of these ideas could be your life raft to stay afloat through the economic storm."
Additional resources, ideas, tips, and tricks will be made available from time to time, such as a recommended reading list, must-view links, downloadable ebooks and more. "Our hope is to help every subscriber successfully navigate the recession and come out the other side more profitable than ever and poised for massive growth," say Aaron Hoos.
And as the financial forecast looks gloomier through 2009, more and more people will be forced out of their jobs and forced into self-employment, just to put food on the table. "The outlook is grim," admits Aaron Hoos, "but there is hope for small businesses. It starts with a free subscription to the Small Business Recession Survival Guide."
How can small business owners, entrepreneurs, and freelancers benefit from this powerful, business-saving resource? Click to http://smallbusinessrecessionsurvivalguide.com and subscribe with just an email address. Then watch for the first email on the following Monday.