It’s Here: the #WorkAnywhere Instagram Contest

March 1, 2016

Update: Thanks to everyone who participated in the #WorkAnywhere Instagram contest.

Winners will be revealed on Monday on the blog, so stay tuned to see our top 5 winners.

It’s Here: the #WorkAnywhere Instagram Contest

As a business owner, you’re always working on-the-go. From Invoicing at the coffee shop to getting Estimates approved in the parking lot, your plate’s full.

That’s why the newly-redesigned FreshBooks iPhone app was created to help you work better and get paid faster—an all-in-one toolkit for the mighty entrepreneur.

Last week, we profiled some FreshBooks customers who use the iPhone app to #WorkAnywhere. Now it’s your time to shine! Get your Instagram filters ready and show us how you work on-the-go for a chance to win cash towards your business expenses. Most unique entry wins $500, second place gets $200 and third place takes home $100. You work hard for that money, so hard for it, honey.

How to enter:

  1. Snap a photo while working on-the-go
  2. Upload to Instagram and include @FreshBooks with #WorkAnywhere in the caption
  3. Most unique entry wins $500 (cha-ching!)

 More details:

We’ll be sharing some of our favorite entries on Instagram, so stay tuned to our feed.

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FreshBooks is the #1 accounting software in the cloud designed to make billing painless for small businesses and their teams. Today, over 10 million small businesses use FreshBooks to effortlessly send professional looking invoices, organize expenses and track their billable time.

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