• 6 MUST-HAVE APPS FOR THE SELF-EMPLOYED

     
    POSTED March 31, 2015
     

CamScanner—Smartphones double as scanners courtesy of CamScanner, which also allows users to organize and share scans. A premium account goes for $4.99/month or $49.99/year.

Trello—Manage projects and get instant updates all in one place with Trello. With extra controls, business class is $5/month and $45/year per user. 

TripLog—Keep track of your business miles manually or by GPS with TripL og. Advanced features are $10/year. 

Wunderlist—Create, share and sync lists easily with this powerful task organization app. The basic app is free, or users can go pro with unlimited assigning, filing and subtasking for $4.99/month or $49.99/year. 

Timesheet—Timesheet can track your work time at various hourly rates, generate reports and calculate invoice amounts for clients. 

TripIt—TripIt builds an itinerary from travel confirmation emails, so users can access all their travel plans in one place. 

The key to maximizing success (and limiting risk) is for marketers to better understand how their audiovisual team works. 

It is almost event day. You are excited, but you are also stressed.

You have spent the last few months preparing for your live stream: that big product launch, quarterly Town Hall, or video conference that your boss needs to go well. Your marketing and communications teams have been working hard, and everything appears ready.

 

Kevin Hubschmann is a New Jersey-based comedian who has been making people laugh for most of his life. But after not finding as many opportunities to perform live even before the pandemic, he started hosting popup comedy shows in New York City in 2019 under the business name Laugh.Events (pronounced Laugh Dot Events).

 

In the wake of a total global crisis, the Meet Minneapolis team got to work. 

Connecting the Community

Last summer, as communities across the state reeled, the CVB launched the “We Need Us!” campaign as a rally cry and reminder on the importance of supporting the businesses that make Minneapolis so unique.

“It really came from this question of, ‘How can we support our community that’s hurting in so many ways and make locals feel comfortable making those choices?’” says senior vice president of destination branding & strategy Courtney Ries.