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Welcome

simple, functional tech to help your business thrive

Hi, I’m Kristin and I help entrepreneurs leverage technology to build and grow successful, sustainable online businesses.


Technology can support your business allowing you to reach more people than ever before, communicating your business’s level of professionalism, and automating repetitive tasks to free up your time…OR it can frustrate you to no end!

That’s why I’ve created Tech Made Simple. I provide support for entrepreneurs who need help getting their business’s tech up and running and for entrepreneurs who could use a hand getting their tech to behave exactly the way they want it to.

Specifically, I work with entrepreneurs to ensure their sales funnel is fully functional so their customers’ experience is professional and seamless from beginning to end. What exactly does this mean?

  • Having a website that’s beautiful, professional, functional and easy to navigate so people can find you online

  • Collecting payments from your customers automatically via your website

  • Allowing customers and potential customers to automatically schedule appointments with you

  • Automated Lead Generation - Automatically collecting email addresses from potential customers then instantly sending them emails to keep you top of mind

  • Scheduling email updates or newsletters to be sent when it’s best for your audience so you can stay connected with your potential customers

I work with business owners who aspire to create and grow businesses that improve their lives and the lives of others. If you’re ready to implement technology to help your business thrive, let’s get started!


I’m an entrepreneur, yoga teacher, meditator, pranayama and mindfulness practitioner, corporate world graduate and wellness coach who’s on a mission to help you continue building the life you love by supporting you and your business using technology. I help entrepreneurs just like you figure out how technology can support them in spending more time doing what they enjoy and less on tech-related activities that drain them of creative energy.