A creative economy is a reality that has already come in developed countries and gradually comes in the rest. Anyone who wants to live sweetly in new conditions should fit into this economy, become its part, become a creative class. Whoever does not want to live sweet, in principle, can live in the old way, can live as he used to do.
Life will not be as sweet and interesting as it could be, but it will be. There is no reason to doubt it, because now peasants and farmers somehow get along with workers and employees, industrialists somehow get along with representatives of the information sector. Similarly, representatives of the creative class and all the rest will get along. Continue reading
The prospects of small business are connected with the understanding of the fact that it occupies one of two niches in the economy. The first of these is the start of new business areas. The second niche is the help to the average, but more often big business. In our conditions, about 10-20% of small businesses work in the first niche. In the second niche – 80-90% of small businesses.
In other words, the vast majority of small businesses work as assistants to big business and, accordingly, depend on it. Continue reading