The Northeast State Community College Foundation and the Sync Space Entrepreneur Center announced yesterday an eight-week program to help entrepreneurs and small businesses build a digital marketing strategy and learn creative design skills.
According to the news release issued by Northeast State, the program will be led by community experts and constructed to provide modern digital marketing building blocks. Upon course completion, participants will know available creative software and understand how to build strategies for marketing their business online.
“Marketing and visual storytelling are incredibly important skills for small businesses and entrepreneurs,” said Heath Guinn, President of Sync Space. “We have incredibly skilled storytellers in our region that are partnering on this program to help our small businesses compete in the digital economy.”
Hosted in partnership with Believe in Bristol and Bristol, TN, the course will begin in the early Fall 2022 and will be provided free of charge courtesy of a grant sponsored by Northeast State and AT&T. It is open to entrepreneurs and small business owners regardless of their status as a student at Northeast State.
Registration is limited to 20 participants and spots are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. The application can be found at this link.