Over the next few days, and I’m sure already for the past several days you’ve been reading a lot about the mega-tech show, CES.
This show, held annual in Las Vegas, with over 140,000 people in attendance is where tech vendors exhibit, where press meet them, where business buyers meet tech buyers and lots more.
The show is important, like any show that brings together people of like minded interest in an industry. But for regular people, owners of small businesses, it’s not important for you to keep up to date with all the press releases and coverage coming out of CES.
This coverage is primarily for GEEKS and tech media.
What you should be focused on are the every day and simple ways technology can help make your life and business overall run more productively. This kind of insight you’ll get from Inc Technology, Entrepreneur, Smallbiztechnology.com, Small Business Trends, OPEN Forum, Small Business Advocate, Small Business Computing and dozens of other great sources of insight on tech (or business overall) for small businesses.
Just thought I’d encourage you to BREATHE and take things easy in the next few days as the buzz of CES takes over the tech universe.
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