We know you’re busy during the week running your business, so you might not have time to keep up with all the news and insight published day in and day out.
Firmology has you covered with our weekly recap of the small business resources you might have missed the past week, so you can read them at your leisure.
Gmail Users Can Now Send Massive 10 GB Files Using Drive
Google eliminates the frustration many users face when sending a huge file.
Evernote Launches Remarkable Text-to-Speech Feature That Reads Articles To You
Evernote Clearly boosts the productivity of busy individuals and business professionals with new text-to-speech feature.
How I Power My Business: Mari Luangrath of Foiled Cupcakes
Mari Luangrath of Chicago-based, Foiled Cupcakes, tells us what tech tools she uses to power her business.
SMB Startup Watch Preview: 4 Tech Tools for Small Businesses
From an incentive-based job board to pre-screened delivery drivers for local small businesses, the four startups previewed below should be on your radar as they hone and bring their product to market.
Restarting the Small Business Innovation and Job Creation Growth Engine
Small businesses account for almost two-thirds of all new net job creation and generate 13 times as many patents, per employee, as large companies do. A roadmap for boosting small business growth in 2013 and beyond.
The White House and USCIC Launch Online Resource Center for Immigrant Entrepreneurs
Immigrants started 25 percent of the highest-growth companies in America including Intel, Google, Yahoo, and eBay. Entrepreneur Pathways helps immigrant entrepreneurs start and grow businesses in the United States.
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