Small Business Saturday was created to encourage consumers to shop local during the holiday season and almost 10 years later, it’s doing just that. On November 26, 2022, the Access Health CT Small Business team encourages you to support Connecticut small businesses of all kinds by shopping small.
“Shopping small funnels money directly back into our communities,” said Director, SHOP and Product Development, John Carbone. “When we support local small businesses, we support our towns, organizations, schools, and more.”
Below are a few facts from the U.S. Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy to show the impact small businesses have in Connecticut:
Small business owners work diligently to provide for themselves, and their families and also to provide for their community, making their neighborhoods vibrant places to live and work. This annual holiday gives consumers a chance to give back to their community by supporting local small businesses.
We hope you will join us in shopping small this holiday season and for all seasons to come. And remember, whatever you need, there’s a small business for it.
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Access Health CT Small Business team encourages you to support Connecticut small businesses of all kinds by shopping small.
Reference these quick facts and FAQs about Access Health CT Small Business to talk the talk and help spread the word.
Access Health CT launched its new Broker Academy this month as part of its mission-driven approach to reduce health disparities and to increase the number of insured Connecticut residents.
Navigating health insurance can be complex. And with all the challenges small business owners face day in and day out, it can be difficult to stay up to date and make time to understand the evolving insurance options. That’s why brokers offer significant value.