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PDFelement posted a blog entry in PDFelement BlogWith a new year comes a new start, and with 2019 fast approaching, many of you entrepreneurs out there might be thinking that it’s the perfect time to kick-start your own business. Well, you aren’t wrong. To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of the 25 best tech tools to get you started! One of the most significant challenges you face as an entrepreneur is staying on top of the many tasks and priorities it takes to run a business. Whether it’s responding to emails, organizing projects, or networking to get your name out there, there are so many things that can distract you and make you less productive. Here’s a list of tools and resources that are relied on by many entrepreneurs in today’s market. Plus, many of these tools are free! Take a read through our list and find the perfect tool for you! 1. Trello Trello is a tool that will help you organize projects. It’s a free management tool that gives you a board on which you can create a list with cards. 2. Google Docs Google Docs is a vital tool if you are working on a document with multiple different contributors. With this tool, everyone on your team can add or remove text, add comments for others to see, proofread content, and more. 3. Dropbox This tool is amazing for storage and backups. It is also accessible on almost every device; letting you access your files from anywhere you want. 4. Asana This tool helps with project management and is a popular group collaboration tool. You can easily make changes and get notified on task updates, which is especially helpful if you are working as a team. It is very easy to use, and quite visually appealing as well. 5. Slack This instant messaging app is used by businesses as a communication tool for teams and entrepreneurs. You can start a new project, initiate the hiring process, review a sale contract and even finalize your budget for next year using this tool. 6. Boomerang Boomerang helps you archive your emails and get them back in your inbox whenever you want. It also allows you to save a draft for later use and lets you set email reminders as well. 7. Voila Norbert This tool helps you find an email address even when it is not mentioned on a website or document. This app even allows you to search in bulk using your CSV file. 8. Sidekick Sidekick is another brilliant tool that is crucial for your business. It helps in letting you know whether the email you’ve sent has been opened or not. 9. 99 designs This tool is perfect for starting your business as it helps you to find the perfect logo or landing page for your company. Since design is the secret to great business, 99 designs is a very worthwhile resource. 10. Canva This is an online graphic design platform that helps you create anything from book covers to infographics. 11. Fiverr Fiverr is an effective marketplace where you can access anything you need for your business at a cheap rate starting from content writers, translators, graphic designers, business cards and anything else that you may need for business. 12. Clarity.FM This tool helps you seek advice from experts. You can choose by name or by expertise, depending on what type of advice you need. 13. Typeform This service helps you to create awesome surveys. You can even use online forms to get feedback from listeners, customers and readers. 14. Due.com Due.com helps in providing seamless payment solutions for your business. With this website you can keep track of all your payments in one place. 15. Evernote Evernote is the easy way to help keep your business ideas and notes together. This app is designed for taking notes, creating lists, and organizing or archiving your ideas. 16. Pic Monkey Pic Monkey is an ideal photo editing and graphic designing tool through which you can edit your pictures and design your own templates as well. 17. LastPass This is a password managing app. It helps you store passwords for easy access and share your passwords with team members conveniently as well. 18. MailChimp MailChimp is a marketing platform for small businesses and also serves as an email marketing service. It helps you create and send out free corporate newsletters to up to 2000 subscribers. 19. Teachable This tool is the perfect platform to host your webinars and digital training seminars. It helps in creating and selling your online courses to over 4 million students all over the world. 20. Screencast O-Matic This is a free software that helps to capture screens for online courses. It also records videos. You can use this software to record on-screen activities for short tutorials, presentations, and more. 21. Zapier This tool lets you manage all your apps in one single integrated space. 22. Stripe This is an online payment processing tool for online businesses. It provides easy automation for web pages so you can focus on the work that’s most important. 23. PayPal for Business If you are looking for a complete payment solution for your business, PayPal for business is a great solution. It allows you to accept payments through your website, in person and also with online invoicing. 24. Confluence This is another very popular project management tool that helps you combine all your resources and work in one convenient location. It acts as aone stop shop for team brainstorming and collaboration. 25. Wave Accounting Wave Accounting is a cloud-based accounting, invoicing, and payment system for freelancers and people running their own businesses. It is a great resource for managing your accounting needs. And there you have it – our top 25! Of course, it goes without saying that PDFelement is also a great tool for entrepreneurs. The all-in-one PDF solution allows you to create, edit, and secure PDF’s quickly and easily, as well as convert them into other formats, or vice versa, making dealing with your documents a breeze. Have any other useful tools that you think should be added to the list? Let us know in the comments below!