Intuit recently released a study about how small businesses are innovating today for success tomorrow. In this study, they claim there are six characteristics that help entrepreneurs survive and thrive:
Personal passion: Personally invested, most small business owners are willing to try new approaches to make their business more successful.
Customer connection: A deep and direct relationship with the market and customers helps small businesses understand customer needs, identify new opportunities, and fix problems quickly and efficiently.
Agility and adaptation: Unlike large corporations, small businesses can quickly adapt to changing market conditions and implement new business practices.
Experimentation and improvisation: When pursuing new opportunities, many small business owners and managers aren’t afraid to experiment and improvise, accepting failure as part of the path to success.
Resource limitations: Small businesses are adept at doing more with less. And these resource constraints lend to their innovative mindset.
Information sharing and collaboration: Small businesses traditionally rely on strong social networks to share information and inspire innovative thinking.
It struck us, as we were reading about this study, that this is precisely how we operate. We live, breathe and eat this new business venture and are loving every minute of life in downtown Middleboro and talking with everyone who calls, emails or just stops into the shop to say hello. South Shore Computer Repair provides superior information technology and computer services to home and small-business users. We provide these services in our shop, in your home or office, or remotely.
In short: We embrace these six characteristics and we hope it shows in the service you receive when you work with us. For more information about our services — or just to say hi! – contact us at: