5 top (online) tools for business

supporting business in north wales

North Wales is a great place for business.

It’s bang on the Wales-England border with great links to the rest of the UK, Ireland and beyond.

OK. Sales pitch over ;-)

The business world evolves every day, so it’s important to make the most of what’s online and find the right tools to help grow your business.

Here’s 5 tools you might find useful…


Feedly is a huge time-saver when it comes to trawling through different news sites.

You can follow, read and share all of your favourite news sources from one place.

Great for quickly keeping up-to-date with business and industry news, and finding content to share on social media.

It’s also available on iOS and Android.

2. linkedin

Not new, but important.

LinkedIn is a great place to grow your business network.

It’s the biggest professional networking site in the world, with over 347 million users. And a great way for businesses and individuals to share their professional knowledge and successes.

3. business wales

Business Wales is a great source of info.

As well as advice, ideas and inspiration, you can tap into new trends and insights.

There are lots of short, practical ‘how to’ video guides to help you learn new skills, and it’s a great way to learn about upcoming business events across Wales.

4. mailchimp

Email marketing is still a brilliant and inexpensive way to reach your customers and clients.

Mailchimp sends 500 million emails a day - and it’s easy to see why.

With its easy-to-use design and customisation, and handy tools like advanced analytics and send optimisation time (which recommends the best time to send your emails on any given day), it’s a great tool.

5. evernote

Collect. Find. Write. Present.

That’s the quickest way to describe what you can do with Evernote.

It lets you keep on top of things - organising your work life, jotting down ideas and even presenting your work without the need to create unnecessary presentation slides.

A fab tool for keeping everything together and syncing across all your devices.

So there you go...5 top tools for business.

And the best bit? They're all free at basic level.

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