SMALL BUSINESS ADVICE
Bill.com | May 04, 2021
Bill.com and Square are cooperating with the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, the Black Chambers of Atlanta, and the territorial monetary advancement association Greater St. Louis, Inc., to help small and midsize businesses (SMBs) as they explore the second year of the worldwide pandemic. The free webinar on May 11, 2021, will give confined bits of knowledge into how various areas are moving toward business in the following year, suggestions for new client strategies, and an outline of advanced devices that can aid operational achievement.
To much further guide SMBs, Bill.com and Square will give exceptional advancements to webinar registrants. For up to 1,000 attendees, Bill.com is sans offering 90-day utilization of the stage with private discussions and basic help to guarantee smooth onboarding and to address any inquiries for businesses as they progress to computerized apparatuses. Square is offering new merchants no preparing charges on their first $1,000 in card handling when they join to become clients through the webinar.
Webinar attendees will hear straightforwardly from Atlanta Black Chambers Executive Director Melvin Coleman, San Francisco Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Rodney Fong, and Greater St. Louis, Inc. Chief Jason Hall. Local pioneers will talk straightforwardly to online overview results, surveyed from neighborhood entrepreneurs, on issues including business certainty and supportability, alongside crossover labor force and income contemplations. The discussion, directed by Smart Hustle's Ramon Ray, will revolve around SMB standpoint in their areas for 2021, bits of knowledge, and best apparatuses for assisting with exploring the "new normal," and how to make progress in the following year and past.
From terminations to distant workplaces, small and midsize businesses are expected to make a tremendous shift to keep leading business, with a more dire requirement for solid innovation and foundation. A new Bill.com overview tracked down that near 80% of small entrepreneurs started or plan to start advanced change during the pandemic. This webinar will assist proprietors with expanding their tool compartment to build up extra income streams and give them more noteworthy information on how they can all the more likely coordinate new advances.
Bill.com is the main supplier of cloud-based software that rearranges, digitizes, and computerizes perplexing, administrative center financial activities for small and midsize businesses. Clients utilize the Bill.com stage to oversee start to finish financial work processes and to deal with payments. The Bill.com AI-empowered, financial software stage makes associations among businesses and their providers and customers. It oversees cash inflows and surges. The organization accomplices with a few of the biggest U.S. financial institutions, most of the best 100 U.S. accounting firms, and famous accounting software suppliers. Bill.com has workplaces in Palo Alto, California, and Houston, Texas.
Square, Inc. changed payments in 2009 with Square Reader, making it feasible for anybody to acknowledge card payments utilizing a cell phone or tablet. Today, we construct apparatuses to enable businesses and people to partake in the economy. Merchants utilize Square to arrive at purchasers on the web and face to face, deal with their business, and access financing. And people use Cash App to spend, send store, and put away cash. Square has workplaces in the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia, Ireland, Spain, and the UK.
SMALL BUSINESS ADVICE
Yahoo Small Business | August 19, 2021
Yahoo Small Business, a division of Verizon Business, today announced the expansion of its partner ecosystem to include 1-800Accountant, Constant Contact, PromoRepublic and WebCEO. Through these new partnerships, Yahoo Small Business customers will have access to even more industry-leading solutions to meet their different needs, including accounting, SEO, social media marketing and email marketing.
As part of the Yahoo Small Business partner ecosystem, services from these new partners will also be available via the company's one-stop-shop platform for small business, Business Maker. Business Maker is an all-in-one platform that helps small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs start, run, and grow their own business. More than a marketplace, Business Maker curates specific tools and services based on where a small business is in its lifecycle. From creating business plans and forming a legal business entity to establishing an online presence and collecting payments – Business Maker provides small business owners with all the tools they need to start and grow a successful small business, all from a single platform.
For small business owners who are not tech savvy, researching and selecting a solution for tasks like building a website, managing accounting and payroll, and marketing their business can lead to significant challenges. In fact, in the recent Yahoo Small Business 2021 Microbusiness Outlook Report, a survey exploring microbusiness owners' outlook for 2021 emerging from the pandemic, more than three in five microbusiness owners (63 percent) surveyed reported investing in technology for their business that ended up not being the right fit. 48 percent even said they've experienced this more than once.
"Launching a business can seem daunting, and the volume of different solutions available to entrepreneurs makes starting and managing a business even more challenging," says Chris Wayne, Managing Director for Yahoo Small Business, Verizon. "Having a curated list of the best services to leverage for different aspects of business management can be a game changer. We are thrilled to expand the Yahoo Small Business ecosystem through the new partnerships with 1-800Accountant, Constant Contact, PromoRepublic and WebCEO."
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Sensibill | December 13, 2021
Sensibill, the only customer data platform designed specifically for the financial services industry, today announced a new partnership with global cloud accounting software provider FreshBooks. Together, the companies are automating data entry to provide small business owners with better expense management using optical character recognition (OCR) technology.
Sensibill’s technology will be embedded within FreshBooks’ platform, providing more complete data and analysis for business owners. As a result, FreshBooks customers will benefit from less manual data entry, reduced friction, time savings, and accuracy in capturing expenses. With access to deeper analytics, FreshBooks can solve and improve common customer pain points.
“We’re proud to be a data-centred organization with a mission to reshape the world to suit the needs of business owners and their teams,” said Nikhil Aggarwal, Senior Director of Product at FreshBooks. “Partnering with Sensibill enables FreshBooks to extract a deeper level of data and insights and provide an elevated user experience. This partnership supports our ongoing effort to help customers understand their spending, track and organize business expenses, and determine profitability – all without the headache of multiple spreadsheets or shoeboxes of receipts.”
FreshBooks, known for its easy-to-use platform built specifically for business owners, prides itself on helping self-employed professionals manage their business’ financial health, as well as their relationships with accountants and bookkeepers. Sensibill’s customer spend data, such as SKU-level and transaction data, helps businesses gain a more accurate understanding of their spending and be better prepared for tax season or audits with digital copies of their receipts and bills.
“We’re deeply aligned with FreshBooks’ mission to offer every business full transparency into their finances. This relationship provides small business owners with detailed insights into their spending habits and behaviors – something that can make a huge difference in their operations and even identify ways to save. Businesses are the lifeblood of our economy, and the tools and insights they’re receiving from FreshBooks can help them stay on top of their finances and have more time for their clients.”
Corey Gross, Co-founder and CEO of Sensibill
FreshBooks is changing the way business owners manage their books. Its owner-first accounting platform, loved by businesses in over 160 countries, takes an easy-to-use approach to managing finances, billing, payments, and client engagement. FreshBooks, known for its 10x Stevie award winning customer support, serves customers of all sizes from offices in Canada, Croatia, Germany, Mexico, Netherlands, and US.
Sensibill is the only customer data platform designed specifically for the financial services industry. The AI-powered platform utilizes ethically sourced, first party SKU-level data to produce highly precise customer segments, helping financial institutions drive personalization at scale while creating compelling digital experiences. More than 60 million users across over 150 financial institutions in North America and the U.K. leverage Sensibill’s platform today. Visit www.getsensibill.com for more, and check out our monthly Barcode Report for consumable and actionable insights based on consumer spending trends.