For Small Businesses
Learn how to manage your business remotely by using digital tools that help you connect with customers and work more efficiently.
Grow with Google Small Business Fund offers $125 million in relief
Local businesses are facing unprecedented challenges as they navigate COVID-19. The Fund will deliver $125 million in relief financing through the Opportunity Finance Network to support the short-term recovery and long-term financing needs of America’s small businesses.
Find the right tools for your business
Watch quick video tutorials to manage your business remotely
Quick Help is a series of short videos that answer questions to help you make the most of Google tools. From starting a livestream to updating your Business Profile, follow along to get tasks done in just a few minutes.
Stand out online
Get listed on Google and build your website
Google My Business helps you build a website in minutes and claim your free Google listing so customers can find you on Search and Maps.
Get customized recommendations to make your website faster on mobile devices
Test My Site shows you how fast your mobile site loads, with recommendations on how to improve speed and how you compare with others in your industry.
Manage your business effectively
Collaborate with your team
G Suite is a suite of work applications like email, calendar, file storage, documents, and more that help businesses of all sizes work faster, smarter, and better together.
Better understand your customers
Google Analytics is a free tool that businesses can use to gain insight into their data and take action on those insights to drive results.
Build your skills
Get training and coaching to grow your business
Our Grow with Google Digital Coaches program is designed to provide digital skills training and coaching that help Black and Latinx small businesses grow. Coaches provide ongoing support, including virtual trainings, in Google hometowns with a high density and growing segment of diverse small business owners
Learn how to work from home and do business online
The free Primer app offers five-minute lessons that teach you how to bring your business online, get found online with digital marketing, run a business from home and more.
Build your expertise in online advertising
Skillshop offers online courses that help you use Google ad tools to achieve your business goals.
Small business stories
Dr. Wei-Shin Lai, a family physician, had trouble falling back asleep after late-night patient calls. She wanted to listen to meditative music without waking her husband, but headphones and earbuds were not sleep-friendly. Dr. Lai capitalized on this gap in the market to create her own device, putting headphones into a comfortable headband. Twelve years later, they have sold more than 1 million SleepPhones in over 80 countries. SleepPhones is fueled by an international network for manufacturing, sales, and distribution, and the internet is vital to its efforts. Google Analytics lets Wei-Shin see countries where people engage with her site and make purchases, so she can work with distributors to meet demand. The company is also beta-testing a content platform — music that helps people sleep — that relies on Google Cloud for fast delivery around the world.
SleepPhones, Erie, PA
Choon Ng was looking for a way to connect with his two daughters, who loved rubber band bracelets. Using push pins and a board, he created a tool to make rubber band bracelets more easily. After the tool became popular with neighborhood children, Choon tried to sell it in toy stores, but customers didn’t understand how to use his product. He created instructional videos on YouTube to explain his invention, and the videos became an overnight sensation, reaching millions of new fans worldwide who loved replicating his creations using the Rainbow Loom tool. Today, Rainbow Loom’s YouTube channel has almost half a million subscribers, and their videos have millions of views from around the world. Rainbow Loom is also featured on popular YouTube channels, which has helped them reach even more customers. International sales make up 60% of Rainbow Loom’s business, and they have sold over 14 million units in 75 countries.
Rainbow Loom, Farmington Hills, MI
Growing up with a grandmother who had Type 2 diabetes, Erica Plybeah knew firsthand the challenges of transporting people to medical appointments. Inspired by her family's experience, Erica founded MedHaul, a platform that connects hospitals and patients with medical transportation providers. Erica was recently selected for Google for Startups Immersion, a mentorship program designed to support black startup founders. Today, MedHaul runs Google Ads campaigns to reach people searching for transportation solutions and uses G Suite tools to collaborate efficiently. Erica remains committed to providing all communities with access to reliable medical transportation.
Medhaul, Memphis, TN
When Tirsa Vazquez gave birth to her son, Khalif, in May 2015, she had a lot to juggle: motherhood, her career, college at night, and the Air Force Reserve. Wanting a career with more flexibility and control, Tirsa started VXXXV Apparel, a Philadelphia-based urban streetwear clothing brand named after her son's birthday. When she created the company’s website, Tirsa learned about Google Ads and Google Analytics, which she uses to reach and understand customers. Since using Google Ads, VXXXV Apparel has seen 60% year-over-year revenue growth. As her company begins to expand, Tirsa plans to hire more employees and eventually have her own warehouse.
VXXXV Apparel, Philadelphia, PA
Attend a Grow with Google small business training
Join free workshops (including virtual options) to learn how to make the most of digital tools that can help your business grow.