Small Business Automation For Beginners: Online Learning Community Announced

Published February 23, 2024

Automate and Grow has announced the launch of its community on the creator platform, The community focuses on business automation education, particularly making automation technology accessible to small business owners around the world through training and guidance from its network.

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Automate and Grow offers courses and mastermind sessions covering business automation as a whole and what it considers the best available automated tools currently available to small business owners. One will also be given the opportunity to receive guidance from a mentor and network with other members.

Automate and Grow's "classroom" currently offers courses on three areas of businesses where most innovations on automation are concentrated, namely, marketing, sales, and customer acquisition.

"Our core mission is to empower small business owners by demystifying technology, making the complexities of business automation accessible and actionable," said Roman Walther, Automate and Grow community creator. "We aim to transform technology from a daunting challenge into a lever for growth and efficiency."

Many industry insiders are bullish on the growth prospects of automation in the areas that Automate and Grow is focusing on. B2B research firm MarketsandMarkets, for example, said in its latest forecast that the marketing automation segment is projected to grow by 12.8% between 2022 and 2027 owing to factors such as digitalization and increased internet penetration.

The adoption of a critical element of automation, artificial intelligence (AI), has also gained massive momentum since advanced language models like GPT-4 were introduced to the public. Management consulting firm Bain & Company is warning against a "wait and see" approach on AI, stating that companies have already reported efficiencies "without a loss in quality".

"What small business owners need to understand is that automation is not the future; it is the now, and they need to adapt or risk being left behind by their competitors," Mr. Walther said. "The good news is that adapting to automation technology does not require a high level of tech savviness. By joining Automate and Grow, you'll be part of a healthy, supportive community that will guide you as you gradually integrate automation into your processes."

Those who want to know more or are interested in joining the community are advised to visit

Automate And Grow

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