According to the
Small Business Administration (SBA) a small business is defined either by their annual revenue or the number of employees. This determination is based on the type of industry.
For example, some companies can have up to 1,500 employees and still be classified as a small business while others can only have up to 100.
Some companies are only allowed to have up to $750,000 in assets to be classified as a small business while others such as banks can have up to $175,000,000.
To find out if your business classifies as a small business visit the
Loyalty Expo 2017
2-4 May 2017
Loyalty Expo is a true Voice of the Customer-driven, best practice-focused
customer loyalty and reward conference. By attending, you’ll have the
opportunity to network with hundreds of your fellow marketers and hear how
they are reaching their customer relationship-building goals........
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