Small Business Spotlight of the Week: Mobilotto Laura | October 29th, 2010

Say goodbye to the days of purchasing a lotto ticket at the convenient store and hello to mobilotto. Based in Toronto, Canada, mobilotto is an application that now allows you to safely and securely purchase lotto tickets on your cell phone! The software only allows you to purchase lotto available in your area using location technology. And the best thing…? You’ll never lose your million dollar lotto ticket since it’s all stored in your account!

Mobilotto recently had a logo & stationary project on our site and the award went to cS username akela!

I got a chance to speak with Brandice from Mobilotto and she had some great information for entrepreneurs everywhere so take a look…

1.  How did you get things designed before crowdSPRING?

We are a startup so this was one of our first logo designs

2.  Why in the world did you decide to use crowdSPRING?!

Our Founder suggested it through a referral

3.  What’s the single best small biz resource that you’ve found (magazine, website, blog, etc.)?

For our industry I would have to say that www.lotteryinsider.com has been the most resourceful website.

4.  If your best friend told you they were going to start a business, what’s the ONE piece of advice you’d give them?

Hire the best!

Need something designed? Name your price. Pick from 110+ entries. Love it or your money back.

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