Poke (pronounced poh-kay) is taking Charlotte by storm. Fast-casual poke restaurants are becoming go-to lunch and dinner options in Charlotte and across the country. We had the opportunity to work with Lee Sheetrit on his grand opening marketing materials and to interview him about his experience opening up his new restaurant Pokeatery in Charlotte.
Are you searching for a cost-effective way to promote an event, market a grand opening, or highlight products and services? Are you an artist looking for a way to sell your art prints? Short-run posters can do the trick. Creating a clean design can make your poster stand out and become a powerful marketing tool that can be hung around town. With an affordable price, you can profit from the benefits of posters, and they can push you to a profitable ROI. For an artist, this is especially an ideal avenue to keep high margins on your prints. Available in two popular sizes: 11” x 17” and 12” x 18.” With no order minimums, it’s hard to pass up adding short-run posters to your marketing and sales tool chest.
There’s a lot of truth to the old saying “a picture tells a thousand words.” That’s because images can help others understand who we are, where we are going, and what we hope to accomplish. Business imagery is no different, especially as it pertains to creating and promoting your company’s brand.
Everyone seems to be using social media and mobile devices these days, but in spite of this constant online connectivity – or perhaps even because of it – good old-fashioned, face-to-face networking is hugely popular. Perhaps people still prefer actual human contact, even in a business environment.
Whether you’re just starting out, or have been active on social platforms like Facebook and Twitter for years, but haven’t been seeing results, these tips will take your social media marketing game to the next level.
If you want to create a marketing plan for the future that positions your business to be even better than this year, reflect on what has happened so far in the pasr. You’ll be surprised to discover many missed opportunities.
Ask yourself some simple questions to reflect on this year: