October is Small Business Month and I’m excited to be teaming up with TELUS again to share a few ways that tech keeps my business moving on the go.
As a blogger and businesswoman I rely heavily on technology to make my life a little easier and keep my business running. Essentially, my entire business is run from my smartphone or tablet so it’s been crucial for me to have the right support to make sure things are organized and running smoothly and efficiently. The highly knowledgeable TELUS Learning Centre Experts have been an incredible resource, and are specially trained to provide expert, one on one direction to customers to help them find the right products and accessories for their businesses.
If there’s one thing I can count on it’s my Mophie Powerstation Plus portable charger. It’s small, lightweight and fits perfectly in my handbag, providing enough power to charge my smartphone up to three times. I can’t tell you how many times my battery has almost run out before an important post deadline or business call – it’s been a total lifesaver!
Another one of my favourite products is the Native BELT USB Cable (available at TELUS). I love it because it keeps your cords and cables from getting tangled at the bottom of your handbag. It’s got a pretty black & white striped design and is wrapped up and secured with an integrated leather belt so it always looks cute, tidy and tangle-free.
TELUS and I would like to gift one of my readers their very own Morphie Powerstation Plus portable charger ($100 Value), so be sure to head over to my Instagram this week where I’ll be posting the giveaway details. If you really really want to win, feel free to leave a comment below to earn double the points towards your entry! Winner will be announce on Friday morning (October 28th).
For more business tips from TELUS, click over to #MyBusinessTip series, delivering consice tips from Canada’s top small business owners and entrepreneurs.
Thank you TELUS for sponsoring this post.
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I would make so much use of this! My phone is always dying on me.