Many community banks have adopted the view that snagging small-business customers is a marathon, not a sprint.
Small businesses can be more profitable than consumers, industry experts say. Still, banks must become trusted advisors to those companies as they seek to sell products and services to the owners. Doing so can require time and skill.
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