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The secret weapons of emerging entrepreneurs

September 30, 2016

Some of the most successful small businesses are born of inventive ideas from people without previous experience or training as an entrepreneur. When Doug Cedrone, along with his business partner, decided to open Beer Noggin in Bronxville, NY, they had a lot to learn.

Luckily, they decided to partner with Clover for payments processing and a variety of small business solutions. Here are three great ways that Clover supports emerging entrepreneurs in addition to established businesses.

Reach more customers with Clover Online Store

Every business needs a website, but designers can be pricey. When opening a new business, every penny counts. Clover Online Store can help set up a website and create a retail portal with ease. Why limit a business to customers in its immediate vicinity when it could be selling the product to anyone with an internet connection?

Spread the word with Abreeze Link

Make sure the customer base is kept up to date about specials, new products, and other important information. This can often go by the wayside in the hustle and bustle of opening up shop, but has profound effects on a new business’s bottom line. Use Abreeze Link, available for MailChimp and for Constant Contact, to manage communications and make sure the customer base establishes a relationship with the business.

Analyze data with Clover Insights

If all goes well, new business owners are usually occupied with customer service, product design or curation, and various other tasks that appealed to them in the inception of their business. But as all of that goes on, a Clover device can track all of the sales data and provide crucial information to help steer the business direction. Downloading Clover Insights ensures that this important data is organized and available with just a few clicks.


Don’t be daunted by the challenges of starting a new business. Use your Clover to help your business grow and thrive. Learn more by visiting the Clover App Market.