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At EnergyBot, we’re all about making our customer’s lives easier. We understand that for most small business owners, time is extremely valuable and should be spent wisely.
With the holiday season in full-swing, we’ve found five fun, user-friendly, and efficient products that will make perfect gifts for small business owners.
It’s no wonder Energy Star has Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) at the top of their product list. In the event of a power failure, the UPS will automatically act as a backup to critical devices- including computers, phones, and even data centers. As a bonus, a UPS also helps protect against power surges.
When multi-tasking while on the computer, accidents are bound to happen. Nothing is more annoying then a sticky keyboard. Luckily, this washable keyboard can easily be rinsed with no harm done (to you or whatever you’re working on).
With tons of ideas, to-dos, and schedules running through a small business owner’s head, Evernote is a simple way to keep everything organized. It also syncs automatically across all of your devices and operating systems.
Many small business owners spend hours indoors tending to their day-to-day responsibilities. HappyLight helps bring daylight indoors by emitting a full spectrum light that safely mimics sunlight (not including the UV-rays). This is a perfect gift specifically for the winter months, when most people suffer from the “Winter Blues”.
A huge part of being a small business owner is making decisions. Some are easy, but others not so much. A Decision Maker is a fun way to take the pressure off those tough-to-decide things that may arise while also acting as a functional paperweight.
Tis the Season to no longer wonder what to get the Small Business Owner in your life!
From finances to functionality, it may be time to pull out the broom to sweep away any business processes or practices that are no longer effective.
In our final post, our Head of Operations and “all things energy” guru Dan Schilens discusses energy price predictions and how consumers can take advantage of living in a deregulated energy market.