Tuesday: April wholesale inventories
Wednesday: April trade balance, Federal Reserve beige book
Thursday: Weekly initial jobless claims, May retail sales, April business inventories
Larson note: Donnelley, GM, go bankrupt last week. Wondering when a company going bankrupt can be considered good? I could care less what the Federal Government says, to me it is bad! Who pays the price the real price of the bankruptcy? People, businesses who did work and gave terms get the shaft. When a company declares bankruptcy there are a number of untold companies that find themselves caught up in the spill-over effect of not being able to collect moneys due. Being an unsecured creditor they are at the end of the repayment line. Don’t get caught short. Watch your accounts receivable like a hawk.
As for this week’s reports. Look for good inventory levels (low) which means that companies will need to be doing some buying to get those shelves restocked. With people feeling better about things even with the high unemployment (remember real unemployment is probably twice what the government reports) when people feel good they will spend money. Go get your share.
Larson & Associates Our focused industries we are looking to add clients in for the month of May are Advertising Specialties, Trade Show Booth Builder, Sign Shop, and a Graphic Design Studio, and Printer (small and mid-sized)
Howard’s out of office public schedule for the week:
Monday: Marathon Training 6:30amTuesday: Intl. Robots, Vision & Motion Control Show
Wednesday: Thursday: Marathon Training 6:30am
Trade show schedule:
> June 9-11 2009. Intl. Robots, Vision & Motion Control Show
> June 24, 2009: Destination Showcase, Stevenson Convention Center
> September 22-24 2009: Assembly Show
> September 22-24, 2009: Motivation show
> November 15-18, 2009 Fabtech Int. & AWS Welding Show McCormick Place, Chicago
Time slots still available to meet & talk over coffee.
Larson & Associates
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P.S. We make telesales for small business affordable by offering programs down to only 15 hours a week. Maybe you could add telesales into your marketing mix call today and find out.
P.P.S. We are offering 2 free (a $75.00 value) ½ hour consultation periods per week to talk about marketing businesses. Call or email to get your spot to pick my brain for 30 minutes today.