1. Lunchwalla.com reduces the effort involved in organizing lunch meetings. The site pulls together reviews, menus, OpenTable reservations and an RSVP function into one central location.
Send a group a lunch invitation, and with a click, recipients can RSVP, add it to their Outlook calendars, request a reschedule, map it or check out the menu.
2. Gazelle.com gives you cash for your business’s out-of-date gadgets. Type in the name of your gadget in the search bar. It asks you questions about the condition of the electronic item and whether you have its original accessories, like cables.
Then it tells you how much it’s willing to pay, based on current market value. If you want to sell, the company sends a postage-paid box for shipping. If your gadget isn’t worth buying, the company will still recycle it for you.
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