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Small Biz Tech Tour is stopping in the Boston area this MONDAY October 25, 2010

WHAT: The Small Biz Tech Tour is stopping in the Boston area this MONDAY October 25, 2010 at the Microsoft New England Research & Development Center (NERD) in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The tour was launched in Mountain View, California and traveled to Salt Lake City, Utah in early October. At this all day event, industry experts will share their insight, lead discussions and show small business owners and entrepreneurs  how technology can save time and money, boost productivity, increase revenue and better serve customers. 

Topics include Six Rules for Strategically Using Technology to GROW Your Business;  Your Mobile Business: How to Manage Your Business and Boost Customer Service through Mobile Technology; Get Connected, Stay Connected: The Cloud for Small Business;  Free Publicity for Your Business though Media Coverage, Online Collaboration and Communication: How to LISTEN Inside Your Company;  Why Email Marketing, Blogs and Web Sites are NOT Dead; New Media. Old Rules; Why the Rules of Old School Marketing Still Apply; Technology Watch: Top New Technology Solution Trends and How They Can Help Your Small Business

Speakers include Ramon Ray,, Walt Rivenbark, AT&T; Kim Tubbs-Herron, Microsoft,  Raju Vegesna, Zoho, Caren Cioffi, BrightCove Raju Vegesna, Zoho; Shahab Kaviani HyperOffice,Roger George, IBM Lotus Software, Allen Falcon, Horizon Info Services (Google Apps Reseller) ), Jennifer Shaheen Technology Therapy Group,  Beth Goldstein and Barry Horwitz ,Marketing Edge,  Laurie McCabe, SMB Group  and Joanne Domeniconi,  Daily Grommet

Produced by, the tour is sponsored by AT&T, BlackBerry, BrightCove, Intuit, e, Snapp Conner PR, Network Solutions, Microsoft, Epson, Marchex, Sage, Elance, Mashable, Small Business Trends, Washington Business Journal, ReTargeter, Boston Business Journal, IT2Max, and

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WHEN: Monday October25th, 2010 8:00AM-5:00PM, November 5 (Washington, DC), November 9 (Atlanta). The cost is $49.

WHO: As small businesses are a key growth engine for the US economy, the tour delivers valuable information to entrepreneurs and small business owners looking to learn what solutions can easily solve business problems.

WHERE:  Microsoft New England Research & Development Center (NERD), One Memorial Drive
Cambridge, MA 02142 
WHY: Small Business Owners will walk away with tangible solutions for growing their business.


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