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We’re here to help your small business

In partnership with the Calling ALL Californians: #ShopSafeShopLocal initiative, we’re supporting small businesses in our home state.

Business will never be the same. Together, we can make it better.

As the focus shifts to reopening and navigating the effects of Covid-19, we’re offering small businesses without a Slack paid plan free access to a Slack Standard or Plus plan for three months. Our team is also available for 1:1 consultations to help you get set up and get the most out of Slack.

It’s our part in the Calling ALL Californians: #ShopSafeShopLocal initiative.

Complete this form by October 31 to request three months free.

How to get started

If you’re new to Slack

First, create a workspace. Then fill out the application form with your new workspace information.

If you’re already using a Slack Free plan

You’re eligible to upgrade to a Standard or Plus plan free of charge for three months. Fill out the application with your current workspace information.

If you need help with Slack

We’re offering 1:1 consultations to answer questions and share best practices for working remotely on our platform. Book one today.


Learn more about these features and how Slack works at

Supporting small businesses every day

Slack makes it easy to connect with employees, manage daily tasks and keep operations running, no matter what kind of work you do.


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“Looking back, we didn’t realize how much inefficient communication really slowed down our business. Without Slack, it would not be as enjoyable to run and manage our operation on a daily basis.”

Aaron WickstromManaging partner, Wickstrom DairiesRead more
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“The shop-specific channels have made me more visible to my team and in the business overall.”

Eric AndersonArea manager, Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice CreamRead more


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“Slack channels keep all of our teams aligned and informed. You can have open, collaborative discussions without having to book a meeting.”

Andrew BaylisHead of liveops and support, StuartRead more

Read more about our customers and learn how they use Slack by visiting the Slack blog.


  1. Applies to businesses in California with fewer than 500 employees

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