The 10 Small Businesses that are Being Killed by Technology | Inspired Business Growth: "Sometimes the culprit was the convenience or advancement of the Internet. Others, it was the in-store technology of large chain stores that made it easier and cheaper to carry a wider variety of products.
In all cases, business found a cheaper and more efficient way to deliver in-demand products. In the end, it also meant that many small mom-and-pop stores either have had to change with the times or go out of business."
Tuesday, June 12, 2007
An interesting take, but as with anything there are those that take advantage of the situation and do well with it. I sure know what tech has done to the photolab business. I also have first hand knowledge on neighborhood bookstores and art /craft stores. Good post to think about