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Two Rivers Bank & Trust joins the celebration of Small Business Saturday with the Make an Impact Small Business Saturday sign in blue and white

November 27, 2010 was the first Small Business Saturday. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), in 2015 $16.2 billion was spent in small businesses on Small Business Saturday and, according to the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), last year an estimated 112 million shoppers patronized local retailers and restaurants. As a neighborhood bank, Two Rivers Bank & […]

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On average, a person will hold 12 jobs in his or her lifetime. Most people will also change jobs four times before they’re 30. Gone are the days when most employees would stay at one organization for 30 years. So, how do you get people to stay? As a small business, you might find it […]

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If you’ve always wanted to turn your passion into your profession, there’s no better time than the present – especially considering December is “National Write a Business Plan” month. Vice President of Community Banking, Jason Svejda, thinks that behind any strong business model, lies an even stronger plan. “It serves as the framework for the […]

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“The small businesses in our neighborhoods is what keeps our community going. And as your neighborhood bank, supporting those small businesses is key in taking care of our neighbors,” said Senior Branch Manager Cyndi Parks of Burlington. That’s why after you muster up enough energy and finally come to from your turkey coma, Two Rivers […]

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How to get a small business loan If you’re looking to obtain financing for your small business, Two Rivers Bank & Trust is here to make the process as pain-free as possible. What items do banks need when applying for a small business loan? It depends on whether you are an existing business or a […]

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