• Christopher Keleshyan

Tools to help you start and run your small business

Starting a small business can seem daunting. There are multiple ways of getting started, but what happens next?

Now more than ever, the business world is reliant on connecting with employees and customers online. We wanted to share some of the tools and resources available to you that can help you start and run your business virtually.

The best part – most of them are free!

1. Hubspot – Free CRM (Customer Resource Management). You can store client information, track you sales pipeline, and actual sales.


2. Slack – Slack is a great tool for communication and collaboration with your team. The only limit of the free version being the amount of stored and searchable messages. This tool is great for any sized business.


3. Asana – Asana is a project management tool that has many uses and benefits. It’s a web and mobile application designed to help teams organize, track, and manage their work. The free version has many functions and features.


4. Monday.com – Monday is a great project management tool. You can build your workflow, property management, project coordination and completion, assign tasks. This program does not offer a free version.


5. Wix – Website hosting and creating beautiful and modern websites. You no longer need to be a website developer, coder, or spend thousands of dollars on creating a great website. Monthly plans available depending on the features you want for your website.

6. G-Suite – All businesses can benefit from having a business email. Business emails allow you to separate your personal and business communications while also helping you look professional to prospective customers and partners. G Suite is a great option because in addition to a business email, customers also get storage, hangouts which includes video conferencing and a variety of other tools.


7. Square – Although there are now many services and ways to accept payments, Square was the first company to empower anyone to take payments. You can immediately start accepting credit card payments with its quick and easy set up.

This list is neither supposed to comprehensive or complete for what is out there. We simply wanted to highlight some of the best tools we use for our business that anyone can take advantage of. Whether you are a startups], or a small company, to help start and grow your business. They are very simple to use and you do not have to be a specialist in any of them to start taking advantage of these online tools.


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By: Christopher Keleshyan MBA, EA





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