The Development of SMEs in The U.S. (3)

In previous articles, has presented about:
Problems of SMEs in the U.S. Map (1)
Addressing the Problems of SMEs in the U.S. (2) 

In this post we will look at how the development of SMEs in the U.S. after the various problem is fixed. Interestingly, a fairly interesting development of SMEs in the U.S. just happened around the 1950s, a time not too long compared to the conditions of SMEs in Indonesia.

But strangely, in the same period just popping up new companies in an amount sufficient fantastic. The Economist magazine noted about 600,000 new companies springing up in the U.S. each year. This number increased approximately seven time than in the period 1950-1960.

The most rapid growth occurred between 1975 and 1985 where the jobs are available increased by 24 million. Interestingly, growth or employment opportunities this would not be provided by large corporations but by small and medium industries.

Again, the phenomenon of the rise of small businesses in the U.S. actually occurred amid the collapse of industrialization. The success of SMEs in the U.S. It was also supported by the open and the extent of which they have access to various resources that are needed, particularly in the form of venture capital. Good for starting or expanding a business. (*)