MINNEAPOLIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–More than three-quarters of Asian-American small-business owners say they are struggling to find quality employees, and they worry that will impede their business, according to a new survey by U.S. Bank.
The findings are part of U.S. Bank’s annual small-business survey, which sought responses from 200 Asian-American business owners in the 25 states where the bank has branches.
Other findings from the U.S. Bank survey of Asian-American business owners:Economic uncertainty was the single most significant challenge to their business, followed by taxes and poor sales.
This survey is part of a wider effort by U.S. Bank to support Asian-American business owners by providing them with information, tools, advice and small-business services that are tailored to their needs.
The survey of 3,200 small business owners within U.S. Bank’s 25-state national footprint was conducted in January and February 2017, including an oversample of 200 Asian business owners.