Business Resiliency

As developments continue to unfold in response to the spread of COVID-19, we know many small businesses have questions about implications in the workplace and funding options to help bolster their businesses during this difficult time. On this page, we are compiling relevant tips and resources on business resiliency.

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Atlassian

Trello

Trello lets you work more collaboratively and get more done. Think of Trello as a to-do list that can help teams collaborate on all kinds of tasks and long-term projects.

Audience: Small Business Owners, Self-employed, Non-profits

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Asana

Asana

Asana helps you manage tasks and teams. This free tool is widely used for project management.

Audience: Small Business Owners, Self-employed, Non-profits

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Basecamp

Basecamp

Basecamp is another team and task management software, but slightly more integrated and enterprise-focused than some of the others. It includes built-in group chat as well as client-facing tools.

Audience: Small Business Owners, Self-employed, Non-profits

Getting online, Marketing tools
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Site Builder Report

The Best Small Business Website Builders

Website builders are designed for small businesses— that's their most lucrative customer. So the best website builder is also the best website builder for a small business.

Audience: Small Business Owners, Self-employed, Non-profits

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GoDaddy

Shift Sales to the Web and Increase Conversions with Live Chat

COVID-19 may forever change how businesses operate and how consumers make purchases. If your business is a brick-and-mortar store, it might be unclear on when you’ll be able to re-open your doors. Even then, it could still be time before sales start reflecting what they were under normal circumstances. 

Audience: Small Business Owners, Self-employed

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GoDaddy

How to maintain digital strategies from COVID-19 for the long run

When COVID-19 hit and businesses were forced to shutter their doors (for good reason), it left many companies scrambling trying to figure out how to stay afloat during a pandemic. However, small business owners are infinitely resourceful, and many companies utilized digital communication tools, strategies, and tools to connect with co-workers and customers in new ways during these times. 


Audience: Small Business Owners

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Fundera

30 Game-Changing Productivity Tools for Small Business Owners

List of productivity tools that can help streamline your small business functions and processes so that you can focus on what you love best: growing your businesses.

Audience: Small Business Owners, Non-profits

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Slack

Slack brings the team together, wherever you are

Group chats are much better than they used to be, and this tech industry favorite has provided many solutions for timely or asynchronous team communication as well as collaboration. Team members can customize their own settings on Slack and share files directly with each other or large groups all at once. With many project management integrations to boot.

Audience: Small Business Owners, Non-profits

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Google

G Suite

Gmail is just one tool included in Google’s G Suite, which is a collection of productivity tools, designed specifically for businesses, which are available through their paid subscriptions. G Suite’s other apps include Calendar; Hangouts Chat and Hangouts Meet (for messaging and video meetings, respectively); Docs, Sheets, and Forms (for collaborative word processing, spreadsheets, and surveys, respectively); Drive for safely storing your files in the cloud; and much more.

Audience: Small Business Owners, Self-employed, Non-profits

Getting online, Payment processing, Selling online
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Inc.com

How to Decide Between Etsy, Amazon, and Shopify for Selling Online

Starting to sell something online can feel intimidating. Here's three platforms that make it easy to sell.

Audience: Small Business Owners, Self-employed

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