American Independent Business Alliance

Strength In Numbers, June 2019 Newsletter

Strength In Numbers, June 2019 Newsletter

Franchise or Independent: How Should Aspiring Business Owners Decide? News and marketing driven by franchising corporations and consultants often exaggerate the success rate of franchises and the failure rate of independents. A recent study helps separate...

AMIBA Issue Engagement

AMIBA works nationally to raise awareness of the economic, civic, environmental and cultural importance of community-based enterprise and the destructive impacts of centralizing wealth and power. To this end, we currently are gathering input from a wide range of NGOs,...
Strength In Numbers, March 2019

Strength In Numbers, March 2019

AMIBA’s Community Ownership Initiative Is Ready to Help! AMIBA has spent the past year refining a project model and lining up professional partners to help communities fill crucial needs or prevent the loss of keystone businesses. These can include grocery stores,...
How to Respond to Hate Speech by a Customer

How to Respond to Hate Speech by a Customer

AMIBA urges all business owners to include guidance on dealing with this possibility as part of their employee training and manuals. Chart by Dr. Juli Fellows See more tools and resources for countering bigotry on our Business Against Bigotry...
Strength In Numbers, February 2019

Strength In Numbers, February 2019

FROM AMIBA New Report: Community Pharmacists Beat Chains in Every Measure of Service In a huge new nationwide survey by the Consumers Union, community pharmacists beat chain drugstores in every measure of service..and it wasn’t close. They also save you money!...
Hold the Applause for Amazon.com

Hold the Applause for Amazon.com

By Jeff MilchenAs published in August, 2005 (do not quote data) Amazon.com executives had more reasons to celebrate in July than just pre-selling 1.5 million copies of the latest Harry Potter episode. Spurred by a favorable second-quarter financial report, the...

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