Small Business Revenue Index

Kabbage draws from the 2 million live data connections it maintains from more than 200,000 small businesses to report the ongoing revenue performance of small businesses across America. The Kabbage Index uses real-time data to provide insights into the companies that fuel the U.S. economy—a segment whose live financial trends have historically been unavailable for public consumption and research.

  • 2+ million live data connections

  • 200,000+ small businesses

  • $280,000 median annual revenue in 2018

  • 83% fewer than 10 employees

Small Business Revenue Growth

The Kabbage Index shows the ongoing* revenue performance of small businesses across America. Choose a date range, industry and state to see how small businesses across the country are doing.

You’re looking at a increase in revenue growth since December 2016 from the small businesses analyzed within the Kabbage Small Business Revenue Index.

You're looking at a increase in revenue growth of businesses in , compared to a increase in the Kabbage Small Business Revenue Index.

You're looking at a increase in revenue growth in , compared to a increase in the Kabbage Small Business Revenue Index.

You're looking at a increase in revenue growth in and a increase in revenue growth of businesses in , compared to a increase in the Kabbage Small Business Revenue Index.

Small Businesses by State

Curious how small businesses in your state stack up against others? Choose up to 4 states to see how small businesses in those states are performing.

  • All States

Small Businesses by Industry

How does your industry compare to others? Choose up to 4 industries to see how small businesses in those industries are performing across the U.S.

  • All Industries

Download the Kabbage Small Business Revenue Index Methodology

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Kabbage Small Business Revenue Index Committee

The Kabbage Index Committee allows third-party experts to analyze and review the overall methodology and outputs of the Kabbage Index. The Committee’s primary functions include reviewing the analysis, ensuring calculations are sound, and addressing and resolving biases.

  • Dr. Peter K. Schott

    Dr. Peter K. Schott

    Yale University

    Juan Trippe Professor of International Economics

  • David Snitkof

    David Snitkof

    Kabbage

    Head of Analytics

  • Jackson Mueller

    Jackson Mueller

    Milken Institute

    Associate Director, Center for Financial Markets