Small Biz Tech Tour 2010 Arrives in Boston Area October 25th

Learn from Small Business Experts on how to grow your small business

Oct 22, 2010, 19:47 ET from

MONTCLAIR, N.J., Oct. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- 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. 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.  

"We're excited to be back East and meet Boston's entrepreneurs," says Ramon Ray, Tour Executive Producer and Editor and Technology Evangelist for "It was apparent in Salt Lake City last week that we are resonating with small business owners.  Attendees should expect to learn, laugh, network and win tech goodies." The tour was launched in Mountain View, California and traveled to Salt Lake City, Utah in early October.

Attendees will learn from experts on topics which 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; to Technology Watch: Top New Technology Solution Trends and How They Can Help Your Small Business.

"Our speakers are small business experts from around the country and the local Boston area," adds Ray. The list includes 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.  

"During the first two Small Business Technology events in Mountain View, California and Salt Lake City, Utah, the energy and enthusiasm from small business owners was tremendous," says Walt Rivenbark, Executive Director of small business mobility applications for AT&T (@mobileappguy). "They're clamoring for technology solutions, especially mobile apps and other technologies that can easily solve business problems, while making their lives easier and their businesses more productive. We're excited for the next stop on the tour in Boston to continue to deliver valuable information to small businesses, a key growth engine for the U.S. economy."

Produced by, the tour is sponsored by AT&T, BlackBerry, BrightCove, Intuit, 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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