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Top Ten Reasons Small Businesses are the Heartbeat of our Communities

Do you remember when you were a kid and thought you could do anything? As children, we dream of the happily ever after. How were we to know that happily ever after was within reach due to our own hustle, sacrifice and dedication? Small business owners, like you, have changed the way we think about what is possible. Even when things are tough, your vision stays clear.  You are an entrepreneur, an innovator, and most importantly, you support the vitality of our communities.

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This week is your week as we recognize National Small Business Week. To all the small businesses out there, WE SEE YOU…your passion, your sacrifice, your risks. Like you, we started small. We’ve walked in your shoes. And (like you), we see risk as an opportunity.  A chance to do something bold.  To make the world a better place ― and you’ve done just that.

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You’ve seized the opportunity to create the job you always wanted and make a difference. The truth is small businesses make a BIG impact. Construction firms to grocery stores to home-based businesses – with over 29 million small businesses in the U.S., you play an important role in creating jobs and generating wealth for thousands of families. Here are ten facts that make small businesses the heartbeat of our communities.

Small businesses and their owners hold a special place in our heart here at Westfield. That’s why we’re focused on you and small businesses all over the country.  From growing your business to getting you through a tough time, if it’s important to you, it’s important to us. We see the possibilities for small businesses and are helping you plan, prepare and prosper. We’re here for you, we’re behind you, and we’re with you. Remember when you were a child and you thought everything was within reach? It still is.

National Small Business Week is April 29 – May 5, a week where we recognize and appreciate the impact small businesses have on our lives every single day. For the past 55 years, the annual event sponsored by the Small Business Administration highlights the impact of outstanding entrepreneurs, small business owners and others from across the nation.

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