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Small Business Research: How Do Micro-Businesses Differ From Larger Small Businesses?

Published: 27 May 2017

ID: G00363388

Analyst(s): Marketing Research Team

Summary

In this research, we answer the question "How do micro-businesses differ from larger small businesses?" Micro-businesses (including non-employer firms) represent approximately 92% of all American businesses and 86% of all Canadian businesses. This quick answer provides details on micro-businesses, as well as their industry variations and pain points.

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