An Entrepreneur’s Toolkit Guide

Are you working on the next billion dollar idea? Like all good things in life, it’s going to take blood, sweat, and determination to bring that brilliant idea to life. Luckily, there’s no better time to start a new venture and there is a community of providers waiting to help you build.

All successful entrepreneurs have a list of invaluable partners and can’t live without tools that help them get the job done. Whether it’s branding and design, SEO, credit card processing, or communications, tools are essential to every great company success and we’ve created a handy infographic to guide you in your journey.

As entrepreneurs ourselves, we put together a list of the best of the best outlining the right tools for operations, finance, branding, and beyond.

Not long ago, our journey started by choosing the right name. Crowdsourcing through crowdSPRING harnessed the power of creatives from around the world to make the process seamless. The name HeroPay reflected our values and helped defined our principles.

Next, we needed a nifty logo to match our brand, with 99designs we were able to choose from many well-crafted logos.

Now as a full-fledged company, our operations depend on great companies like Google, Slack, and Amazon to be able to communicate, store data, and keep our website humming.

PR and Marketing are made a synch with social media and content marketing tools to amplify your message around the web.

And there’s more. These are the companies and tools that have built large followings of loyal users and helped many companies along the way.

 

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About Hiro Taylor

Hiro Taylor is the Founder of HeroPay and Editor of the HeroPay Academy, dedicated to helping merchants navigate the complex world of credit card processing. Formerly The Visa Country Manager of Myanmar, Hiro led Visa’s business entry into the country, creating over $300 million in commerce from zero, despite the country’s antiquated telecommunications and banking infrastructure. During Hiro’s tenure, Myanmar was Visa’s fastest growing market globally.

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