Three + Decades in Local Marketing Communications
Thirty + years ago, after ten years working for local companies, I decided to trust my intuition. I was certain that there was an unserved niche for a local marketing and communications firm and proceeded to set up shop in our den.
On the first day, I put on a tie, came downstairs, poured a coffee, pulled a chair up to my desk to make a To Do list, and launched a small business.
Twenty years later, it was time to simplify, sell the historic building and go back to my roots. I now work from my loft on enjoyable projects for nice people.
Typical projects include newsletters, capital or other fundraising campaigns, websites, e-commerce sites, Etsy shops, online forms, marketing or technical literature, collateral, advertisements, or annual reports. Clients are businesses, foundations, nonprofit organizations, churches, education, and professional firms.
These days, I rarely wear a tie, but I still make lists.
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