HURRY! 9 Small Business Week Deals and Giveaways to Check Out This Memorial Day Weekend

In honor of National Small Business Week, we’ve compiled 9 hot deals and giveaways for you to check out ahead of the long Memorial Day weekend.

Happy National Small Business Week and Happy Deal Hunting!

National Small Business Week Deals and Giveaways

Win a New HP Folio Laptop Loaded with Windows 7 Professional
In honor of National Small Business Week, Microsoft partnered with TechCocktail to host a PC giveaway.

Free Happy National Small Business Week eCards
Concur launched a tongue-in-cheek eCard series to say thanks to small businesses across the U.S. and to create awareness of the value their products and services create to the economy.

1,000 Free Sales Leads and 30-Day Free Trial to
The first 1,000 small businesses to register during Small Business Week will receive 1,o00 free sales leads and a 30-day free trial to Salesgenie.

3 Free Bonus Months with a New Carbonite Business Subscription
Enter the code SMBWEEK at time of purchase.

50% Off BusinessIQ Express Membership
Experian is offering BusinessIQ Express for $375 for the first year, which is 50% off an annual membership.

10% Off MozyPro
Mozy is offering 10% off a 1 or 2 year MozyPro plan. Use the promotion code mozySMB.

Free Microsoft Windows Intune Subscription
With Windows Intune Taste Test you receive a FREE one-year subscription to Microsoft’s Windows Intune service for one PC.

Free Online Visibility Report From vSplash
Find out if your website and overall online presence is up to industry standards and customer expectations.

25% Off HP MagCloud
Get 25% off the print cost of a new publication.  Use the promotion code SMALLBIZTECH512.

Icebreaker: What National Small Business Week deals are you taking advantage of?

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Philip Nowak is the founder of Firmology, technology focused news and insight for small businesses and online startups. He honed his entrepreneurial chops while working for his family’s Chicago-based window manufacturing business. Philip graduated from Indiana University with a BA in Economics.