The West Ohio Christian Chamber of Commerce (WOCCC) recently hosted a workshop to help business owners in the region expand their reach through digital marketing and media. The chamber, which was founded just 5 months ago, aims to support Christian businesses in the area.
The workshop attracted around 30 businesses from seven different counties, ranging from ministries to traditional companies. David Roznowski, the founder of WOCCC, emphasized the importance of engaging with customers and sharing faith with the community.
The event featured guest speakers Jeremiah Wright, Sara Anderson, Gideon Fisher, and Stan Long, who each shared their expertise throughout the day. Long, the founder of VideoBranch, highlighted the affordability and accessibility of video production for businesses. He also emphasized the importance of consistency in content marketing.
In addition to video production, the workshop covered various other marketing strategies, including social media and branding. The aim was to equip business owners with the tools and knowledge they need to effectively promote their businesses in the digital arena.
Roznowski encouraged participants to remain uncompromising in their values, highlighting that being competitive in business does not require compromising morals and values.
Attendees, such as Kyle Waugh, owner of Trinity Buildings, LLC, expressed gratitude for the workshop and the opportunity to learn valuable tips on digital marketing.
Overall, the workshop provided business owners with practical insights and strategies to enhance their marketing efforts in the digital age.
– The Lima News: Precious Grundy: 567-242-0351