Slack Goes Public, FreshBooks Expands…And Other Small Business Tech News This Week

Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. Did you miss them? 1— Workplace messaging app Slack to go public. Early this week, California-based workplace messaging startup Slack said it had filed a confidential registration for an IPO. The company claims […]

Small Business Saturday isn’t a novelty anymore – independent retailers depend on it

For Mackenzi Farquer, Small Business Saturday is a big deal. The owner of Queens, New York-based Lockwood gift shop, which sells kitchenware, clothing and paper goods, says there’s often barely room to stand in her locations on the retail holiday between Black Friday and Cyber Monday. “It’s our busiest day […]

Business to be ‘named and shamed’ on late payments to small firms

Big businesses and governments delaying payments to small business suppliers will be “named and shamed” after the Morrison government asked the small business ombudsman to review the impact of late payments on the cash flow of small firms. The government-directed review, which could lead to new laws or more industry-led […]

Fiverr Service Assists Small Businesses in Search of Freelance Product Photographers

Selling your products online as a small business means having to take photographs of the items so you can post them. The new Fiverr still Product Photography Pro service now lets you hire the best talent from around the world so you won’t have to do it. Find a Product Photographer on […]