More than 250 Small Businesses Make it Easy to Shop Small During the Holidays
Washington, D.C. - Today and every day, Small Business Majority celebrates entrepreneurs across the country. This year, we are proud to bring back our Holiday Gift Guide, which features over 250 small businesses!
The holidays have always brought a unique sense of uncertainty for true small business owners. This season, America's job creators are navigating a possible shutdown after the new year and ongoing access to capital challenges. Despite these obstacles, smaller firms are persevering. Please help to spotlight these innovators ahead of “Small Business Saturday” and the upcoming holiday season.
Examples of small business owners who are featured in the 2023 Holiday Gift Guide:
Tiffany Heard is the owner of Hues of Africa in Hawthorne, California. This woman-owned, Black-owned small business specializes in creating educational coloring and activity books to engage and educate about global travel to Africa and Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Kari Kalway is the owner of Puddles Barkery in Seattle, Washington. This woman-owned gourmet pet treats bakery also makes handmade hats for dogs and humans.
Pallavi Pande is the owner of Dtocs in Portland, Oregon. This woman-owned, AAPI-owned small business creates eco-friendly plates and bowls from fallen palm leaves.
The Holiday Gift Guide will be featured on Small Business Majority’s website until January 1, 2024. These and other entrepreneurs featured in this year’s Guide are available for interviews.
About Small Business Majority
Small Business Majority is a national small business organization that empowers America's diverse entrepreneurs to build a thriving and equitable economy. We engage our network of more than 85,000 small businesses and 1,500 business and community organizations to advocate for public policy solutions and deliver resources to entrepreneurs that promote equitable small business growth. Our deep connections with the small business community along with our scientific research enable us to educate the public about key issues impacting America’s entrepreneurs, with a special focus on advancing the smallest businesses and those facing systemic inequalities. Learn more about us on our website and follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.