|By PR Newswire||
|November 16, 2012 06:42 AM EST|
CALABASAS, Calif., Nov. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- MyCorporation has been incorporating small businesses for almost ten years and continuously strives to lead them to success. There has been a big push over the last few years towards supporting small businesses and creating opportunities for them to grow and expand in order for the economy to regain its footing. Small Business Saturday, falling this year on November 24th, was started as a way to bring attention to local businesses and fuel the economy in communities. By spending money at local shops, consumers help to create jobs and distribute money amongst the community.
MyCorporation works with small business owners to form new business entities every day and understands that just starting a small business can be a daunting task. With the responsibility of controlling and overseeing every aspect of the company, owners need all the help they can get. With the recent economic recession it can be a struggle for new businesses to become profitable. It has been extremely difficult for businesses to stay afloat in an atmosphere that is not conducive to the growth of a company.
Now is the time for consumers to help support their local small businesses and push their local neighborhoods and neighbors forward by shopping local this holiday season. Locally owned businesses are the core of the community and help get the economy get back on track. Smaller businesses are owned by ordinary citizens who are more likely to recycle revenue back into the local economy than other organizations might.
Deborah Sweeney, CEO of MyCorporation, reflects this sentiment in saying, "MyCorporation is thrilled to support Small Business Saturday - both because we are a small business and because we help small businesses as they are getting started. Small businesses are the basis of our economy and we feel proud to be an integral part of hundreds of thousands of businesses getting their start." Supporting small businesses will also foster a stronger community by giving a larger voice to the people who will make decisions that are beneficial to the area.
When citizen-owned businesses make up the majority in a community, competition and lower prices prevail. This helps to create an economically sustainable environment.
In honor of Small Business Saturday, MyCorporation is offering free MyCorpVault document storage, a $50 value, with every purchase made on Saturday the 24th on their website. They will also be available for free consultations from 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. PST on Saturday.
Along with supporting small business, it is also important that new ones are created. With all the legal and financial matters like trademarks and copyrights needing attention, it can be helpful to have someone there guiding you through every step. MyCorporation is your one-stop place for starting a new company successfully. Contact us at http://www.mycorporation.com, or give us a call at 1-877-692-6772.
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