Solo entrepreneurs are using tech to market their products to larger markets that where other wise unattainable, or unaffordable.
They are making crafts, foods, soups tobacco, wood, and leather goods. They are artists living out dreams of working for themselves.
There are 350k manufacture in the U.S. that the only employee is theirselves.
Many want to stay that way. But for others manufactures it’s affordable to hire.
I believe it’s untapped job growth. The undertow of a slow economy is to risky for these people to hire. So they stay tiny.
The U.S. economy’s a collective of all economic activity. It’s a step in the right direction. I love to see people creating art, and marketing it to masses, with passion. 🖖