Free Websites For Small Businesses: Project Falcon

We take it for granted that everything and everyone is online these days, not stopping to consider that reality doesn’t quite meet that perception. Most companies have some sort of web presence, yes, but those that don’t run the risk of missing out on new customers or losing their connection to existing ones, particularly when those customers can no longer visit their physical location.  

I recently spoke with Rayan Garg, the CEO of Project Falcon out of San Jose. Rayan started the company in March of last year as an outgrowth of his non-profit project, Elevate the Future. He has made it his and the company’s mission to aid small

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