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Ode to… the little things. Don’t forget them when starting your business

Submitted by on March 17, 2014 – 3:25 pm |

I’ve just been sent this video that’s been created by Hiscox that’s resonated with me right now…

It highlights how important the little things are that make life easier when you’re starting a business.

There are so many details to look after when you’re setting up from setting up social platforms, registering company names, sorting out business insurance, employing decent accountants, ensuring you’ve all the technology you need, setting up emails, domains, etc… etc…

My small business hero has to be Evernote… I don’t know what I’d do without it in order to be able to keep a track of all the different areas that I’m now solely responsible for!

I’ve got it across all devices so that I can take notes, capture important articles, take photos of potential purchases, jot down ideas as and when they make an appearance. It’s genius and I can’t recommend it enough.

What’s your small business hero?

UPDATE: Hiscox are actually giving away an iKettle (I’d never heard of this device but I have to admit it looks awesome!)

All you have to do is tweet a picture of what you feel is most invaluable to your business CC @hiscoxUK and include the hashtag #OdeToKettle.

You can find further details including T&Cs and all the legal stuff on the Hiscox site.

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