Welcome to week 5 of our 5 week “Tell us your Small Business Story” campaign…..
This is your last opportunity to share a story about your business for a chance to win a $250 AMEX gift card, courtesy of American Express.
Every week during this campaign we have had a different topic.
For our final week we want to hear : How are you using Mobile Broadband for your business?
Where were we before mobile broadband? Not very long ago “Hotspots” were used and inevitably you knew by just walking by a coffee shop, book store or another similar retail establishment that offered seating areas and people where on their laptops, they were in a “Hotspot” area. It seemed as if people would stay in designated “Hotspots” for hours and I often wondered how retailers remained profitable. Many people still use “Hotspots” or Wifi to access the internet while on the go. However with the launch of mobile broadband and mobile broadband embedded devices, the coffee shops are not as crowded as they once were. Now with the entrance of 4G mobile broadband…. Speed is king.
Looking at mobile broadband for business, it has enabled businesses large and small to conduct business while on the go. You no longer have to wait until you are back in your office to conduct business or look for the nearest "Hotspot". With the surge of start ups, mobile broadband is a must. One major benefit of mobile broadband to an owner is you no longer have to be concerned or bogged down with loss of productivity and finding the time to complete paperwork once you are back in your office. I found a few great tips for “How to use Mobile Broadband in your Small Business” by Blake Sanders. Mobile broadband allows businesses to focus on what they do best, driving their business.
Now in 250 words or less share how you are using Mobile Broadband for your business. Click on the link below to enter your story. Thank you in advance for sharing your story and good luck! One entry per week and you can only win one time during the 5 week series. Winners will be notified by email.
Tell us how are you using Mobile Broadband for your business?
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