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Small business debt and the rise of online shopping

| Feb 3, 2020 | Business Bankruptcy

With the recent advancements to online shopping and the emergence of online retail giants, it is no wonder some smaller companies find it challenging to keep up at times. Small business owners in Ohio who do not have the resources available to launch a major online campaign may stand little chance of keeping customers from turning to other sources for their wants and needs. As more and more consumers turn to the internet to purchase even everyday items, owners of brick and mortar stores may only continue to struggle under the weight of small business debt.

With companies such as Amazon offering products and services for nearly every walk of life, such levels of competition can have a significant impact on small businesses. However, these companies aren’t the only ones affected by online shopping, as reports indicate that even larger retail stores are struggling to keep up. Reports suggest that retail bankruptcies are once again on the rise, with as many as 22 companies seeking relief from debts in 2019.

Experts indicate that many businesses may simply struggle to stay relevant in the current business model. Although owners may have the option to take measures to make products and services available online, generating business in these outlets might not always be such an easy task. Taking steps to expand operations can also be somewhat risky at times and in some cases, such an endeavor may only lead small business owners to take on additional debts.

Those who struggle under significant amounts of small business debt may wish to know more about how best to protect their interests, but they might be uncertain where to turn for advice. Fortunately, there are attorneys who can examine a person’s situation and provide guidance on all the available options. A bankruptcy attorney can help a client in Ohio make informed decisions about the situation and assist him or her in pursuing debt relief through the necessary outlets.

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