Working remotely is here for good. Whether you are working for another company or running your own business, working remotely lets you and your business enjoy a number of perks you can only experience by working anywhere.
With thousands of tools and apps that can help you work anywhere in the world smoothly, how do you know which ones to use? Below, I’ve outlined the free tools I’m personally using to run my businesses wherever I am in the world:
I must confess that I’m a huge fan of Trello. Trello is a web-based project management application that lets you work more collaboratively and get more tasks done. You can use it to manage a number of things like your team’s tasks for a certain project, managing your to-do list, building a virtual vision board and many more.
Slack is a cloud-based set of proprietary team collaboration tools and services that you can use to kick off a project, hire a new employee, deploy some code, review a sales contract, finalize next year’s budget, measure an A/B test, plan your next office opening, and more.
Wave Apps is a free financial software for small businesses that lets you track your expenses, send invoices, get paid, and balance your books anywhere. It is an unbelievably powerful financial web app and it’s free to use!
Zoho Mail, part of the Zoho office app suite, is a full-featured and free-to-use email service. You can enjoy up to 25 users on their free account. You’ll simply need your own domain name and a mobile number to get started using their free email service.
HubSpot is a full stack of software for marketing, sales, and customer success, with a completely free CRM at its core. You won’t believe the features you’ll enjoy with HubSpot without spending a buck.
Canva is a free graphic design tool that you can use on your browser or mobile devices. It is a user-friendly tool that will allow you to produce eye-catching graphic designs without the need for advanced graphic design skills.
Producing blogs to deliver added value to your customers became an integral part of every business around the world. If you are a business owner who constantly produces blogs, writes contracts, and other written contents, Grammarly is a free but powerful tool that you can use to check for grammar lapses that you might have missed.
What other free tools and apps do you use to manage your business anywhere? Share by leaving a comment below!