Leo.Welder

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Leo Welder is the founder of Austin, Texas-based ChooseWhat.com, which provides practical, step-by-step guidance to entrepreneurs trying to turn their great ideas into businesses. He and his team have invested thousands of hours in testing startup technology and infrastructure products and have written extensively on the startup process. In addition to his experience launching his own businesses, Leo has written a thesis on the similarities of all small businesses and has an MBA in entrepreneurship.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Leo Welder and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications Inc. or its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

Articles by Leo.Welder

The apps you need to run a business
Streamlining the Startup

The apps you need to run a business

These software and mobile applications will enable you to manage virtually every part of your startup or small business: from organization to communication to finance to security.
October 20, 2016
Want your startup to be paperless? These 8 tips will get you there
Streamlining the Startup

Want your startup to be paperless? These 8 tips will get you there

Storing paper files is costly and relatively unscalable, takes up space in your office and makes you less geographically flexible. Printing pages just to do things like sign documents is wasteful and time-consuming. Follow these tips to prevent problems created by a paper-heavy office.
July 27, 2016
Startups can’t ignore the importance of file management design
Streamlining the Startup

Startups can’t ignore the importance of file management design

Whether your startup business is a solo operation or spanning multiple offices, you’re going to need to save and share data. And in order to do that effectively, you’ll need to design a good storage and management system that will enable you to save your business’s digital files in a way that’s safe, easy to access and reliable.
May 20, 2016
The first 4 tech applications every startup needs
Streamlining the Startup

The first 4 tech applications every startup needs

Startups that don't set up these four pieces of technology at the outset will likely experience inefficiency – and potentially expensive mistakes as a result.
April 18, 2016