Running a business can stretch you thin with trying to manage every aspect on your own. Trying to gather the knowledge and resources to function your business is challenging, but there are resources that allow for more ease in managing your business.
As Google Apps becomes more commonplace in the small business community so does the need for supporting these growing businesses and their questions about doing business in the cloud. Today we’re excited to announce gDesk.co, a cloud based service and helpdesk for Small Business Google Apps Administrators.
City of Austin's Small Business Development Program and Huston-Tillotson University are co-sponsoring a panel discussion called "Exploring Entrepreneurship" 9:30-11 a.m. April 17. The event is free to the public.
Coolhead Tech's internship program got started last year and included several marketing and programming interns. This first "class" of part-time student workers has been huge for the success of the business. They have also helped our partners and clients grow stronger.
The Small Business Development Program's 6th Annual Free Small Business Resource fair is scheduled for 3-7 p.m. April 11 at the Palmer Events Center in South Austin.
Salesforce.com's CMO of Marketing Cloud, Michael Lazerow recently wrote a blog about becoming a customer company. Lazerow highlighted a 3 step process of listening, content creation and service delivery as major pillars of a customer company. Here are a few questions to ask to determine your customer company maturity: Read More.
So you love Google Apps but you just aren't sure about paying for it when you can use the free version. After all with the free gmail address, Google calendar and Google online storage, why bother paying for Google Apps for Business?
The following small business classes and events, presented by Austin's Small Business Development Program, are open for you to sign up:
The subject of cloud-based business applications is becoming better understood every day. Many small firms are already familiar with things like Dropbox for sharing files, Salesforce.com for customer relationship management or even Skype for phone calls but until now they never thought of them as cloud. Read More.