10 Tools That Are Essential For Your Startup Growth

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There are two type of young entrepreneurs. First, those who think that it is impossible to kickstart a startup without tons of capital, technical skills and an elaborate workforce for each and every small task. Needless to say, they are wrong.

The second type of entrepreneurs are somewhat in a better position. They are not delusional like the first type. They are aware of the fact that there are innumerable tools available on internet which can make their life easy and keep their startup afloat for several months in the beginning. But they also, often get confused among million business tools available and end up getting more disorderly than earlier.

Well, our team has created a list of all the essential tools that will make your life much easier once you launch your startup:

Startup Stash

Startup Stash is the perfect tool for all those entrepreneurs who have just started out and have a limited business or technical knowledge. Well, it’s a tool that gives tells you about all the tools and everything that you need to know regarding startups under one roof.
It is a curated directory of resources & tools to help you build your startup.

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Trello

The first few months after the launch of your startup can be a total commotion. If you have poor organization skills and being systematic is not really your thing then Trello is the perfect tool for you so that you don’t end up pulling all the hair out of your head.

Trello’s boards, lists, and cards enable you to organize and prioritize your projects in a fun, flexible and rewarding way. Trello is the most visual way for teams to collaborate on any project. It keeps a track of everything, from the big picture to the minute details.

Shake

Many passionate entrepreneurs often get overwhelmed and forget to take any legal advice before launching their startups. Even if you have a basic business idea, legal advice is a must to avoid trouble later on.

Shake is one business tool which includes a library of simple, plain-English legal agreements that can be executed via a mobile device. It includes a number of stock contract templates pertaining to Freelancing/Independent Contractors,

It also allows to create, sign and send legally binding agreements.

SumoMe

It is excruciatingly painful to make people notice your website or startup in the beginning. SumoMe is one of the most common tools which comes to the rescue for most of the young entrepreneurs.

Sumo arms you with a suite of tools to increase your traffic, build a following and track your success every step of the way.

Type Form

Typeform is an online software specializes in online form building and online surveys. Its main software creates dynamic forms based on user needs. Typeform’s software has been used by Apple Inc., Airbnb, Uber, and Nike, Inc.[1][2] Typeform produces millions of forms every month.

Powtoon

Videos are proven to be the most effective way of communication. Editing and post-production cost of videos can burn a hole in your pocket if you take the professional help.
Powertoon is as good as any professional service. The best thing is that the cost is negligible. You can choose over hundreds of templates and is as easy as making a PowerPoint presentation.

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MailChimp
MailChimp is one of the world’s largest marketing automation platform. It’s like a second brain that helps millions of customers—from small e-commerce shops to big online retailers—find their audience, engage their customers, and build their brand.

For a rising startup, it is very essential to maintain a customer emailing list and conduct email campaigns. The best thing about MailChimp is that it is absolutely free.

GoToMeeting

GoToMeeting web conferencing software makes it simple and cost-effective to collaborate online with colleagues and customers in real time. You can have meetings with clients across the world and it costs you nothing.

Score
SCORE is one of the largest networks of volunteer, expert business mentors, with more than 10,000 volunteers in 300 chapters. As a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), SCORE has helped more than 10 million entrepreneurs through mentoring, workshops and educational resources since 1964.

As a young entrepreneur, you can definitely use some mentorship especially when it costs you nothing.

Dropbox

If you haven’t heard of Dropbox before then you have been probably living in a cave and it’s time to come out of it. Dropbox almost gives you unlimited cloud storage which can be shared with any number of people.
The additional benefit of Dropbox is that it is available for mobiles too.

There are innumerable tools out there. As an entrepreneur, you must always choose your tools carefully which actually reduce your job and help in the overall growth of your startup. 

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