Hot topic update for FiG! This Saturday (8/14/10) from 8a.m. to 9a.m. FiG Marketing and Advertising will be spotlighted on the radio show: “Cultivating Small Business with Nick May” on 560 AM – KLZ The Source. Not to worry, if you are busy Saturday morning because the radio show will replay on Sunday (8/15/10) at 9a.m. So grab your cup of joe, sit back in your recliner and enjoy the show!
It seems that more and more business people are straying away from their companies to start their own businesses. I don't blame them, why not become your own boss and do things the way you want to? This idea, however, can be great in theory but if you don't have the right tools to execute a proper business plan it could be fatal.
New websites, Facebook, and Twitter are the components of a triple threat for FiG Advertising and Marketing. After a lot of hard work our new website is up and running for the world to see and even better, we are now on Facebook AND Twitter! We are paving the way and leading by example for our clients and pursuing the world on the Internet so check us out!
In an effort to lend a hand to upstarts and very small businesses (less than $250k revenue a year) we are offering design packages. These design packages will help to establish and define brands as well as provide the basic tools needed for effective brand marketing communications with customers.
So you're in Denver on Saturday night and need to someplace to go after the WAR MMA fights, or if you weren't cool enough to be there you can still come, you should go to the official after party at Lucky Strike Denver. Right on the 16th street mall between Welton and Glenarm it's easy to get to and not only will you find booze, bowling, and babes (yeah they are the official Cage Girl sponsor of the fight too) but you might even run across your favorite fighter from the evening.
Going to a lunch meeting? As I spend more and more time in this business I see more and more people starting businesses. Some of them even look like actual business people. Until I see their card, or their website, or sales sheet. It's important to understand that these things are an extension of you and your business.