MONTCLAIR, N.J., Oct. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The Small Biz Tech Tour is stopping in Salt Lake City on October 14, 2010 at the Miller Business Resource Center at Salt Lake Community College. At this all day event, industry experts will share their insight, lead discussions and show attendees how technology can save time and money, boost productivity, increase revenue and better serve customers.
"We're excited to meet Salt Lake City's entrepreneurs," says Ramon Ray, Tour Executive Producer and Editor and Technology Evangelist for Smallbiztechnology.com. "It was apparent in Mountain View, California last week, that we are resonating with small business owners. Attendees should expect to learn, laugh, network and win tech goodies."
Topics include Boost Customer Service through Mobile Technology; How Entrepreneurs Leverage Technology to Build a Successful Business; Tech +Creativity = Effective & Affordable Marketing Strategy; Email and Websites in a World of Twitter & Facebook; Inc. 500 Power Panel: Technology Success is not an Accident; Secrets of Viral Video That Drives Sales; Free Publicity for Your Business Through Media Coverage; and "I use Social Media – Now What?".
Speakers include Ramon Ray, Smallbiztechnology.com; Walt Rivenbark, AT&T; Jeremy Hanks, Doba; Kelly Anderson, Startup Princess; Jordan Guernsey, Moldingbox; Brock Blake, Funding Universe; Kels Goodman, Blendtec; Tom Dickson, Blendtec; and Jesse Stay, author of "I'm on Facebook–Now What???".
"During the first Small Business Technology event in Mountain View, California, 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 Salt Lake City to continue to deliver valuable information to small businesses, a key growth engine for the U.S. economy."
Produced by Smallbiztechnology.com, the tour is sponsored by AT&T, Intuit, Salt Lake City Community College, Snapp Conner PR, Network Solutions, Microsoft, Epson, Marchex, Sage, Elance, Mashable, BlackBerry, Brightcove, Small Business Trends, Washington Business Journal, ReTargeter, Boston Business Journal, IT2Max, and Allbusiness.com.
For more information, please visit www.smallbiztechtour.com. Early Bird (before October 11) registrants will pay $49 for the all-day event.