Running a business can be hard work. With all the administrative tasks that need to be done, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Thankfully, there are many apps designed to help entrepreneurs keep their businesses running smoothly while they focus on the things that matter most.

  1. Google workspace 

Google offers many tools, like

  • Gmail for sending and receiving mails
  • Chat for communicating with your team members, via text, in real-time.
  • Calendar for scheduling meetings
  • Slides for creating presentations
  • Meet for attending virtual meetings
  • Drive for storing documents
  • Docs for writing letters or creating written documents of any kind
  • Sheets for creating and editing online spreadsheets
  • Forms for creating and analysing surveys
  • Sites for building free web pages for your business

Google Workspace enables professional communication between your business and clients, potential suppliers, and investors.

  1. Canva 

Canva is a web-based graphic design tool that makes it easy for you to create stunning visuals for your business. It comes with easy-to-use templates for every visual asset your business needs, and you can create social media banners, flyers, and other marketing materials. 

  1. Dukka 

It is crucial for small business owners to maintain accurate financial records. This can be achieved with the help of a bookkeeping software called Dukka.

Dukka is a bookkeeping and inventory management app that helps you track and manage your cash flow effortlessly. It also allows you to create invoices and send out e-receipts to your customers. 

You can track the money coming into and leaving your business using Dukka. It is also simpler to keep track of which expenses to reduce and decide where to put more money. Dukka generates analytics based on the data you import into the app. 

  1. Wix 

Wix is a website builder that gives you the tools to create full-featured and mobile-friendly websites. 

From selling online, starting a blog, and organizing events to promoting your business and building your community, with Wix, you are able to create a website that can grow with you.

  1. Buffer 

An efficient way to reach potential customers is through social media. To put social media to good use, Buffer is a planner app that every small business owner should have.

Buffer is an app for managing social media content. Instead of logging in to multiple social media accounts and uploading content one by one, Buffer lets you schedule posts for all your accounts at once.

Buffer will tell you when and what to publish to make your content stand out. It will share your content on the right channels, with suggested hashtags to help you grow. Buffer will also publish everything for you to save time and it’ll showcase your work with automated reports. 

  1. Google Analytics

Google Analytics can be used by business owners who have an online store or website to monitor the performance of their site. Additionally, it gives you information that is helpful in identifying which of the channels you use could use some improvement. Also, it helps to track your marketing strategy’s effectiveness.

  1. HubSpot

HubSpot is a CRM (customer relationship management) software that your business needs. It is simple to incorporate into your business and aids in efficiently organizing your customers.

With HubSpot, it’s simple to connect with your customers on social media, your website, over the phone, and via email. Your contacts are organized, you get insights into all of your leads, and your deals are easily monitored. Additionally, it increases your traffic and helps with lead conversion while ensuring a good investment return.

  1.  Trello

Trello is a project management tool that offers you sufficient details about your projects. Small business owners can easily access the status of the projects that are being worked on, thanks to Trello.

Additionally, it organizes projects by priority so that you can decide which ones need your immediate attention. To promote collaboration, Trello lets you add team members and give them tasks. 

9. Adobe eSign

To add signatures to digital documents, small business owners can use the Adobe eSign app. Your documents are additionally secured by being kept in the Adobe cloud.  You don’t need to print any of your employee files or contracts; you can sign them all online. 

10. Adobe Spark

With the help of Adobe Spark, small business owners can make and edit stunning videos for their organizations. You can produce graphics with Adobe Spark for your websites and social media channels as well.

In conclusion:

You have access to a number of apps as a small business owner. Utilizing these apps will not only help your business grow, but it will also make you stand out from rivals. 

Which of these tools do you use right now?


About Dukka

Dukka is a leading bookkeeping and payments app. We provide solutions for bookkeeping, payments, cash flow management, and access to finance for small businesses in Africa. We are building an OS for commerce for African merchants. 

To learn more about what Dukka is doing or to have a general chat, visit


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