The Solution for Micro to Small Businesses
Online PR News – 13-February-2013 – Los Angeles, Calif. – Los Angeles-based creative agency Eat.Sleep.Work, Inc. announces a one-year limited beta trial period for Gizmo, a simple project management solution for micro-small businesses. Created specifically with freelance graphic designers, web designers and illustrators in mind, Gizmo offers a simplified, integrated sign-on for bookkeeping, CRM and project management with a simple Mobile-Style and basic user interface and dashboard.
As a Gizmo beta tester, participants will have the benefits of:
• Getting a first-look at the new product before it officially launches
• Being involved first-hand in helping Eat.Sleep.Work., Inc. squash unsuspected bugs
• Improving the newest software as a result of testing with feedback
• Receive one year free service with the product
“What makes Gizmo special in the marketplace is that it was created by designers and coders from the same world who understand each and every pain point experienced from running a grassroots design firm,” said Jonathan Wang, principal, Eat Sleep Work, Inc. “This is the way our team has been running our business for the last eight years at Eat.Sleep.Work. and it has tremendously simplified our life, so we are hoping that it will be beneficial to other small businesses out there as well.”
Eat.Sleep.Work. is looking for 50 solid beta testers in the creative freelance and small agency field that are either solo independent contractors or have between two to nine staff members. For those who are in the Graphic Design, Brand Identity, Web Design, UI/UX Web Design, Illustration, Web Developer, PR or Marketing, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to participate in Gizmo’s beta testing. For more information about Gizmo, go to www.gizmo.la.
EAT.SLEEP.WORK. is a Creative Agency comprised of designers, front-end developers, storytellers, user-experience specialists, talkers and listeners that specializes in helping small-to mid-size businesses help grow their brands to meet their imagination’s expectations. www.eatsleepwork.com.