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The holiday season is a long haul for small to midsize businesses (SMBs), stretching from Black Friday and Cyber Monday through late December. Where retail giants like the Walmarts of the world have entire divisions devoted to innovating the retail experience, SMBs leave small teams or even just a sole proprietor grappling with not just how to handle the holiday rush but how to raise enough profit to float the business through slower winter months. In 2016, the National Retail Federation (NRF) projects that nearly six in 10 Americans, or an estimated 137.4 million people will plan to shop during Thanksgiving weekend in-store and online. American consumers plan to spend an average $935.58 during the holiday shopping season this year, according to NRF's survey conducted by market research firm Prosper Insights.
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