Three Must-Read Small Business Tech Blogs

Tech Blogs for SMEs

Many businesses will claim that innovation is at the very heart of what they do. And more often than not, this innovation is driven by technology whether it’s the latest apps or advanced programming, new software or harnessing the latest tech trends. With this in mind, this week we’re sharing just three of our favourite tech blogs and news sites to help you stay in the know:

TechCrunch | techcrunch.com

Launched in 2005, TechCrunch is a “leading technology media property, dedicated to obsessively profiling start-ups, reviewing new internet products, and breaking tech news”. The platform is run by a dedicated team of writers and bloggers - who recently shared the news of our funding and investment progress too!

Women in Technology | @womenintech

Sharing, retweeting and supporting #womenintech, the Women in Technology Twitter feed is packed full of news and inspiration for entrepreneurs of any gender, age or location. They’re always quick to spread the word about interesting business events and conferences too, so drop them a follow to get involved!

Digitalist Magazine | digitalistmag.com

Developed by software solutions company SAP, the Digitalist blog covers a huge range of tech news relevant to small businesses; from cybersecurity to customer experience, software to the Internet of Things.

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