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Welcome

2GC builds mutually beneficial relationships between companies and their audience with solid strategies to develop awareness and grow businesses. We take the guess-work out of marketing and brand development, to help your company build its client base and expand its services or product offerings. We're here to support your business's ability to focus on growth without losing momentum to branding and marketing missteps.

your message.  your clients.  your business.

In My Opinion

Small Business Marketing Strategies: Leverage Your Network

Network
07/07/2013 Adrienne N. Hester
Many small businesses spend a large part of their budget on marketing to generate new business prospects. For many small businesses, new clients come from referrals which is a different kind of marketing altogether.

Marketing Strategies: Then & Now

Then & Now
06/09/2013 Adrienne N. Hester
For business owners, if you're not keeping up with technology you're getting left. The speed in which technology evolves and advances is stunning, and a comparison of marketing strategies then and now proves that point emphatically.

When Bad Things Happen to Good Businesses: Reputation Management

Microphones
05/12/2013 Adrienne N. Hester
You have developed your business so it delivers what people want when they want it. Not only have you established your product and services, you have also advertised and promoted your company effectively through traditional media like newspapers, radio, and television, as well the Internet.

The Importance of Good Publicity

Public Relations
03/16/2013 Adrienne N. Hester
You have an idea. You are going to create a revolutionary product or service to make life better for everyone and make you a lot of money.

Good News is Meant to Be Shared

03/08/2012 Adrienne N. Hester
TwoGirlsConsulting LLC (2GC), a boutique marketing, communications and events consulting business is pleased to announce the addition of Downsize Fitness to its list of clients. Downsize Fitness takes the concept of the NBC hit series "Biggest Loser" and makes it an affordable reality for chronically overweight and obese individuals wanting to lose 50 pounds or more.