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Tracking the consequences of new unemployment claims on SMBs | Cortera’s Coronavirus Economic Impact Tracker

The coronavirus pandemic has quickly evolved from a health crisis to a financial one, shuttering businesses, upending entire industries and sending financial markets reeling. A record number of workers — 3.28 million

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Understanding the impact of the Coronavirus on suppliers to SMBs – Cortera’s Coronavirus Economic Impact Tracker (CEIT)

As the spotlight on small and medium businesses increases, it’s important to understand how suppliers to SMBs may be impacted by the coronavirus crisis. Analysis of Cortera’s database of US B2B interactions provides

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Cortera’s Coronavirus Economic Impact Tracker (CEIT) | Understanding spending and payment behaviors

In the previous post, we discussed where SMBs are spending money. That helped identify the types of businesses (suppliers to SMBs) that will likely be most impacted by financial stress on SMBs. Among the most important

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Building tools to help SMBs – Cortera steps up to the plate with revolutionary tracker (CEIT)

Health and government officials are working together to maintain the safety, security, and health of the American people. Small businesses are encouraged to do their part to keep their employees, customers, and themselves

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Can B2C strategies grow B2B revenue? You bet.

All you need is the right data Savvy consumer marketers are known for their use of data-driven strategies to pinpoint their best customers and prospects. The task has been more challenging for B2B marketers—until now.

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The future of commercial data will be transactional

New technologies and digitization are ushering in a revolution of pay-as-you-go services in many industries and there is no reason why commercial data should remain an exception. We first saw a disruption in legacy pricing

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New Bill Proposed to Expedite Chapter 11 Bankruptcies for Small Businesses

Small Business Reorganization Act Last November, lawmakers proposed a bill called the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2018, which would potentially change the way small businesses with less than $2.5 million in debt

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