Small Business Week with Andrea Smith

May 03, 2021

According to the Small Business Administration, more than half of Americans either own or work for a small business. And there’s no doubt that technology has played a key role in boosting the growth of small businesses employing millions. 

In celebration of Small Business Week, Tech Expert, Andrea Smith, shares her favorite tech tips and tools to help owners and employees alike.

ZSB Series Printer

With more people working from home and starting their own small businesses, it’s more important than ever to have products designed to help you stay organized and save time.

Zebra Technologies is out with its first wireless label printer designed for small businesses, The ZSB Series printer is simple to use, the cartridges are easy to load, no frustrations, it’s virtually unjammable.

Choose from templates or design your own, whether you need to create shipping and mailing labels, print barcodes or just organize your office with file labels.

And the feature I really appreciate is the cartridges are also recyclable.  They're made from potato starch so you can compost them, rather than toss them in the trash.

MSRP: Prices start at $129.99 for the two-inch model and $229.99 for the four-inch model.  

Find more at ZSB Series.

Break Your Lease

Business owners are realizing they can have employees work from home and may not need the office space they’ve been leasing. Or maybe they just need a smaller space and getting out of that lease can be costly, time consuming and isn’t always easy.

Break Your Lease is a social platform that helps people get out of a commercial or residential lease by finding a replacement for that contract among the app’s database of registered users.  So, someone looking for a short-term lease can take over one you want to get out of - saving you both time, hassle and money.

Break Your Lease can even help you get out a car lease or a gym membership. The app is available on iPhone and Android phones.