Mercury Grove Launches Accel.io, an Online Handbook for Startups

Posted by Knowlton Thomas

Accelerator Mercury Grove this week announced a new business handbook to help small business owners defy the astronomical startup failure rate through a low-cost marketplace called Accel.io.

The Ottawa-based Mercury now offers a site where small business owners can customize their Accel.io handbook with step-by-step guides on all aspects of running their operation. Similar to an app store, Mercury says that Accel.io publishes online guides that small businesses can use to build a handbook full of actionable best practices for everything from incorporating their business to managing their Facebook page, growing their blog, hiring staff, and making sales.

Accel.io guides include detailed descriptions, videos, and file templates. The company says that each guide is written by a subject matter expert, professional consultant, or successful entrepreneur who has used the process with proven success.

“We want to help small businesses beat the nearly 80% failure rate by providing them with the ultimate resource of successful formulas that each business can tailor to their specific needs,” says CEO Scott Annan. “We want Accel.io to become the Kindle e-reader of step-by-step guides for business—the ultimate resource center for company owners, employees and partners.”

Company:
Mercury Grove
Website:
http://www.mercurygrove.com
Location:
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

We believe in providing a better technology experience through great software and exceptional support. Mercury Grove develops software and provides professional consulting for medium and large businesses in the US and Canada. We currently have offices in Lexington, Kentucky, and Ottawa, Canada and a distributed team across North America and Asia. We opened our doors in 2005 as a small consulting company focused on... more


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Knowlton Thomas

Knowlton Thomas

Knowlton is the managing editor of Techvibes. Based in Vancouver, Knowlton has been published in national publications and has also appeared on television and radio. Previously he was an editor for New Westminster weekly The Other Press and served on its board of directors. When not working, Knowlton enjoys playing tennis, hiking, and exploring weird side streets. more



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